1. Stop & Shop and King Kullen negotiating committees reach tentative agreements...Vote scheduled for Monday.
Find voting times and locations here.
2. Aldi announced plans to open 650 stores in the next five years. Wow.
3. With Yucapia as the new owner, Fresh & Easy is already changing.
400,000 no, over 40 million Target customers' credit / debit cards were stolen in a data breach. Here's how customers are reacting. Forbes calls Target's reaction to customers a PR Nightmare. More on data breaches at retailers from Time.
5. Amazon may get their first labor union in the U.S., as a warehouse in Delaware preps for a vote that will be watched nationally. If you remember, workers in Germany have gone on strike several times this year (and will continue to in 2014), and have even gone so far as holding demonstrations at the company HQ in Seattle.
6. Not only would a guaranteed minimum wage increase could eliminate poverty for all, a new study shows it would create jobs. 1 in 10 people working Full-Time are still poor.
7. Walmart is being fined again, this time over $4.7 million dollars, for wage theft.
8. Fairway is holding hourly prize give-a-ways until Christmas.
9. Whole Foods is pulling Chobani yogurt and they're upping their goal from 1,000 to 1,200 stores in the US.
10. Brooklyn's Food Pantry is struggling to help fill the gap left by SNAP cuts (food stamps). You've heard us talk about this before, 47 million people rely on SNAP, cutting it has put us on a dangerous road. Check out why at HungerCliff.
11. Another change was made to the ACA today.
12. Our friends at The Brandworkers, are fighting with workers from Amy's Bread in Queens. Check out the workers campaign for better wages, healthcare and job security here.
13. Chart of the week: Being in a Union Raises Women's Pay 12.9 percent.
Quick Hits: Fast-Food workers at the Smithsonian have unionized. Ikea has been spying on their employees for a long time, DC passed a minimum wage increase, President Obama said Immigration Reform is at the top of the list for his presidency, and The US South is finally coming around on unions.
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