Monday, July 18, 2011

Monday Mornin' News Briefs

The Associated Press writes how the recent organizing drive in Valley Stream could end Target's honeymoon: "Target's Honeymoon Could be Over."

Seeking Alpha asks "What's ailing Walmart's stock?"

Local 1500 President, Bruce Both has released an update on A&P/Pathmark bankruptcy.

Talks for Walmart in Brooklyn intensify, report by the Wall Street Journal. More @TheRealDeal.

A Superfresh in Maryland will be taken over by a Shoppers Food & Pharmacy this month, the company said it's working with the UFCW to retain jobs.

Fight to unionize T-Mobile goes global [DailyKos]

UFCW Local 5 won an election last week at a Macy's Furniture store in California.

A recent survey shows consumers don't believe that Walmart has the lowest prices anymore, the survey also shows consumers believe Walmart's prices are "slightly lower" than grocery stores. [FOX]

The San Diego Reader recaps the July 15th rally in support of UFCW members negotiating a new contract in California.

ESPN's Rick Reilly wrote an Anti-Union column, American Rights at Work had something to say about it.

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