Monday, December 14, 2009

Monday Morning Quick Liners...

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Aldi, has apparently put the brakes on opening their first NYC store for the time being, Supermarket News reports.

Fry's and Safeway workers ratify contract in Arizona.

Big Y Supermarkets has launched what it called a voluntary layoff program for full-time store employees in Massachusetts and Connecticut, reports said.

Meanwhile, the board of directors of Safeway (California) said Friday that it had authorized the company to repurchase another $1 billion worth of its stock.

King Soopers creates job posting for replacement workers.

Tops Markets has officially bid on a majority of Penn Traffic stores, some of them in Western New York, reliable sources said late Saturday.

More on Walmart's expansion in Upper Deerfield New Jersey.

State AFL-CIO leader Dennis Hughes calls out New York State Legislature.

The Journal News learned that Andrew Spano spent $2.5 Million on his losing campaign this past year.
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