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The Race for Grocery Talent

A strong economy has made hiring a challenge for independent supermarkets.

Retailers

SoCal Unions Consider Strike Vote

60,000 workers at Ralphs, Albertsons, Vons and Pavilions say authorization vote could elicit a better deal

Frans Muller said it was a "pity" that workers walked off because the agreement ultimately met the company's goal of containing costs; will invest to to win shoppers back.

The 10-day strike cost Ahold Delhaize more than $200 million in sales and about $100 million in profits, but officials insist they're happy with the terms of the resolution.

UFCW locals to vote on three-year deals; workers return to stores after 10-day walk-off.

Basket Economics: The dispute may be about healthcare and wages, but beneath that is anxiety over a rapidly changing retail world.

After months of fruitless negotiations, five locals of the United Food and Commercial Workers union walk off the job.

Basket Economics: Snapshots and slap shots from a changing Long Island market.

Phone apps can improve retention and engagement while improving productivity, survey suggests.

Rising costs and an increased share of nonunion competitors in New England have put the retailer and its union workers at odds.

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