Monday, June 8, 2009

Monday Morning One Liners...

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A campaign to organize Wal-Mart in Minnesota is picking up steam...

Wal-Mart also announced that the weak economy has slowed the expansion of 'Marketside', their small-store format banner.

PriceChopper opens a 'Green' store.

King Kullen amongst several businesses that will hire Veterans.

The working class has learned Governor Ritter (Colorado) is no friend to the working class.

Safeway and grocery employees agreed Thursday to extend their work contract until June 26.

Whole Foods Market said last week that Lady Moon Farms and Alderman Farms are the first Florida tomato growers to sign agreements with the natural food retailer in support of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers' (CIW) "penny-per-pound" program, which is designed to boost tomato harvesters’ pay. Both farms are long-term partners of Whole Foods.

And the jobless rate jumped to 9.4%.

Rudy Giuliani joined Sarah Palin for a Yankees game.

Is Palin running for president?

Just a reminder Local 1500's General Membership meeting is this Wednesday, you can RSVP on Facebook.
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