Monday, October 4, 2010

Weekend News: Fairway Market Coming to UES, Aldi Says Vandals Compromised Payments

AFL-CIO Blog: "America Is One Nation and We Signify that Nation"
Nearly 200,000 people joined together on Saturday for the One Nation Working Together march. "It's important that we make jobs the priority in this country and not all of the other issues that are dividing us."

Aldi Says Vandals Compromised Payments
Grocery chain Aldi says the names, account numbers and secret codes of customers in 11 states were exposed to potential theft when they used payment cards at machines that had been tampered with. 

A&P Debuts New Store in New Providence
Montvale,NJ-- "This store offers an expansive selection of grocery products and freshly prepared foods at every day low prices."

Wall Street Journal: Fairway Market Coming to the Upper East Side
With more than 45,000 square feet, the store will open in 2011 on E.86th St., between Second and Third avenues, a former Barnes & Noble site with steady foot traffic. 

UFCW President Applauds Senate Democrats 
UFCW President Joe Hansen released a statement in response to the introduction of comprehensive immigration reform legislation by Senate Democrats. "The legislation announced today would chart a new course for our country: A course that protects workers, respects families and reflects our nation's rich immigrant tradition."

Humana and Wal-Mart Forming Co-Branded Low-Cost Prescription Drug Plan
Walmart and health insurer Humana Inc. build an alliance to offer a low-cost Medicare Part D prescription drug plan that they say will be the cheapest on the market in 2011. 

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