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Company's fish vendor cuts ties, questions if CEOs are trying to sabotage the company.
Officials said there is no evidence yet that consumer data has been misused.
Executives on Thursday sent a letter to workers, demanding they take down signs urging customers to boycott stores.
Patch got a chance to take a look inside the new store on Amherst Street in Nashua.
Former WMUR, WLVI broadcaster has been hired by NH News 1.
Spokesperson says this will be the last request for them to return to work; customer group issues letter to current CEOs.
Officials said about 300 people nationwide have been infected with salmonella that originated from Ohio-based Mt. Healthy Hatcheries.
Demoulas family members continue to clash via press statements but might be making progress toward a sales agreement.
Her new responsibilities include management of the teller line and customer service representatives.
In a statement, former DeMoulas supermarket chain CEO says other shareholders should accept offer to purchase the company.
Fashion store opens in the Milford Oval.
Co-CEO states that store directors are being told to cut hours, not lay people off.
With business down 90 percent since the work stoppage began last month, employees are seeing the effects, but holding firm in their beliefs.
Native of Peterborough now lives in Portsmouth.
Company spokesperson: Unions have rejected our proposals.
Upwards of 15,000 expected to attend Tuesday's rally in Tewksbury, MA.
Donations from the beleaguered supermarket chain in recent weeks have helped get food to those in need.
The store will be offering savings to customers during its “teacher appreciation event” through Aug. 3.
Plus, customer group blows the doors off fundraising effort.
The group of about 15,000 is raising money for ad to send a message to corporate management team.