Friday, December 10, 2010

Friday Morning One-Liners: A&P Rumors

Analysts are saying that A&P needs to shed more weight.  There are rumors floating of a bankruptcy filing by Monday.

Long Islanders are fearing 'toxic' reusable bags.

Mayor Bloomberg says Washington should look at NYC's job creation as a national model.

Mayor Bloomberg also spoke about Wal-Mart in NYC, saying they have the 'legal right' to open in the Big Apple.

Wal-Mart is ending their $1 premium Sunday pay. 

The Fresh Market is getting a lot of resistance trying to open in  Lincoln Park, Chicago.

The Wakefern Food Corp. on Monday opened a 90,000-square-foot extension to its existing supermarket warehouse in the Keasbey section. The addition will increase the warehouse's capacity by more than 25 percent. The 450,000-square-foot facility now has a total of 100 loading doors and employs 325 workers, officials said.

According the NY Post a Gristedes will take over for the Lowes Tower East, in Manhattan.

Fairway Douglaston (Queens): "No Opening Date Set, yet".

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