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Market Basket Protest

2014 Top Stories – The Market Basket Protests

This was one of the most unusual stories I have ever seen, and one we're unlikely to see again. Employees across the Market Basket chain, including here in New Bedford, rallied behind their ousted CEO Arthur T. Demoulas aka "Artie T" demanding his return. Customers boycotted in support and eventually after months of protests, empty stores, and empty shelves Demoulas returned. -Dan McCready

A New England supermarket chain chief executive who was ousted earlier this year but returned after a worker revolt has completed an ownership deal that ends a family feud over control of the company.

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(Photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Portland Press Herald via Getty Images
(Photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Portland Press Herald via Getty Images

Market Basket Chief Reflects, Looks Ahead

The chief of the Market Basket supermarket chain says the company's 71 stores have already accomplished a remarkable turnaround thanks to employees who worked day and night to restock shelves left empty by a worker revolt in his support

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Photo by Jim Phillips / TSM
Photo by Jim Phillips / TSM

Market Basket Employees Back On The Job

Market Basket is back, and part time employee Joann Davis of New Bedford couldn't be happier.

Joann was bagging groceries on Thursday, welcoming customers back to the New Bedford store. During the six week stalemate over ownership issues, Davis admits she sometimes worried that Arthur T

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Market Basket Protest

Ousted Market Basket CEO Buys Company

The ousted CEO of the Market Basket supermarket chain is back after winning his bid to buy the company.

Arthur T. Demoulas and his siblings agreed to buy the 50 and-a-half percent of the company they didn't own from their cousins, who fired the man workers call Artie-T

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Jim Phillips / TSM
Jim Phillips / TSM

Market Basket Worker Files Federal Labor Complaint

An employee of supermarket chain Market Basket has filed a federal complaint against the company for threatening to fire protesting workers.

Lowell resident Karen Bostwick says in her complaint filed with the National Labor Relations Board office in Boston that Market Basket is ``violating the right to picket and strike'' and threatening to fire protesting employees ``created a ``hostile work environment

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(Photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Portland Press Herald via Getty Images
(Photo by Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Portland Press Herald via Getty Images

Market Basket Board Meeting Called Off

It looks as though the Market Basket saga will continue for a while longer.
The grocery store chain's Board of Directors was supposed to conduct a meeting via a conference call Sunday night at 10pm, but word came out just before 7pm that the meeting was off

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Govs Say Deal Imminent In Market Basket Dispute

The governors of Massachusetts and New Hampshire say they're ``optimistic'' the long-running Market Basket dispute will be resolved with an agreement to sell the company to ousted CEO Arthur T. Demoulas

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Jim Phillips / TSM
Jim Phillips / TSM

Patrick: Market Basket Talks At Critical Point

Gov. Deval Patrick says he hopes to talk again to warring cousins whose battle over management of the Market Basket grocery store chain has sparked an employee walkout and customer boycott.

Patrick said he will likely speak to Arthur T

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Jim Phillips / TSM
Jim Phillips / TSM

Key Vendor No Longer Doing Business With Market Basket

A key vendor is no longer doing business with Market Basket in protest of the company management's actions.

Boston Sword and Tuna's top official says time has nearly run out on saving the great institution that was Market Basket

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Jim Phillips / TSM
Jim Phillips / TSM

Market Basket Talks “Making Progress”

The governors of Massachusetts and New Hampshire are stepping up efforts to broker a deal to bring the Market Basket standoff to an end.

Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick and New Hampshire Gov. Maggie Hassan actively participated in negotiations Sunday with feuding cousins Arthur T

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