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Stop & Shop Reaches Deal To End Strike
The grocery chain says workers will return Monday after an 11-day work stoppage.
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He's Worked For Stop & Shop For 48 Years. Here's Why He's On Strike.
"The generation before us went to bat for us. ... We have an obligation to those who are coming up."
Stop & Shop Workers Just Launched A Massive Strike Across New England
Workers at the grocery chain walked out of stores at 1 p.m. sharp on Thursday after bargaining talks broke down.
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A Letter To My Father One Year After His Death
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Dear Dad, It’s been one year and one month since you are gone. According to Google that’s 9490.01 hours but to me it feels
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Stop & Shop Converts Inedible Food Into Energy
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Stop & Shop spokesperson Phil Tracey said that the facility was certainly a "significant investment" for the company. It was, nevertheless, an investment in the environment, he added, and "important in us getting to our goal [of being landfill-free]."
"This Little Poppie Went to Market"
Humor columnist, The Stamford Advocate
In nearly 38 years of marriage, I have found that food shopping is a matter of putting the cart before the horse's behind. This explains why I am the designated driver whenever I go to the supermarket with my wife, Sue.
The Faithful Shopper: Giving Thanks
Faith Hope Consolo
The Queen of Retail - Creating Beautiful Retail Corridors Worl...
After Hurricane Sandy, the retail industry quickly began assisting those who have had their homes and lives damaged. Some are boutiques that regularly give to charity and made special donations; others are larger corporations donating more than $1 million.
Cashier or Smartphone: Which Do You Prefer?
CEO, editor and columnist, www.SupermarketGuru.com
Which do you prefer for your grocery shopping? Cashier or smartphone? Do you have a favorite cashier or bagger? Let's celebrate
Supermarket Contract Stops 36,000 Workers From Strike
Mary Ann West
Due to the recession, supermarket workers are feeling the pain: low wages, escalating health care costs, and a reduction in pension benefits. However, unionized workers have locals watching their backs, and negotiating fair wages and benefits.
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