Monday, August 2, 2010

Weekend Afternoon News: Target Stores Clearing More Space for Groceries

The Sacramento Bee: Target Stores Clearing More Space for Groceries
Target intensifies competition for traditional grocers; "Store loyalty kind of goes away when people are counting every penny," said Peter Schaub, New York-based marketing and branding expert. 

PR Newsletter: Stop & Shop Reduces Its Carbon Footprint
Stop & Shop announced that it has completed the installation of solar panels on eight of its stores. The panels will reduce the amount of energy consumed by the stores by more than 7%.

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SF Examiner: Foxwoods Beverage Servers Vote in Favor of Union
Although the casino is expected to file objections to the election, UFCW Local 371 President Brian Petronella commented; more than likely down the road we will be negotiating a contract with Foxwoods.

Many Popular Stores Give Out BPA- Tainted Receipts
Cash register recipts have been found to be covered with BPA (bisphenol-A), an endocrine disruptor linked to cancer, reproductive problems, and other illnesses. 

ShopRite Restocks Shelves With Latino Flavor
The ShopRite chain's newest and biggest Delaware store has launched a campaign to better serve the diverse needs of the area's Hispanic population. 

City Hall News: Paid Sick Leave Bill Back In the Waiting Room
Council Speaker Christine Quinn is trying to show the business community that they are being heard, while offering no firm commitments about what kind of bill would ultimately be allowed to the floor. 

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