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Market Basket employees supporting Arthur T. Demoulas.  Photo by Dan McCreedy / TSM
Market Basket employees supporting Arthur T. Demoulas. Photo by Dan McCreedy / TSM

Market Basket Executives Set Deadline For Employees To Return

The chief executives of the Market Basket supermarkets say employees who have stayed off the job to demand the return of fired CEO Arthur T. Demoulas must return to work by Monday.

The statement Wednesday said the workers can return without penalty

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Market Basket Managers Turn Up Heat On Chain

Managers of Market Basket supermarkets are repeating their threat to quit if ousted CEO Arthur T. Demoulas is not reinstated.

A petition signed by managers and assistant managers of 68 of the 71 New England stores warns that they will immediately resign if Demoulas is not restored ``with full authority

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Market Basket Board Studying Options

The Market Basket board says it is continuing to evaluate several offers to buy the embattled supermarket chain among other ``strategic alternatives.''

The statement Tuesday said it is considering an offer last week from ousted CEO Arthur T

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Market Basket Feud Hurting Farmers

The family feud that has led to empty shelves at the Market Basket stores is having an impact on local farmers who normally supply produce to the regional supermarket.

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Market Basket Board Says Will ‘Seriously Consider’ Selling to ‘Artie T.’

Board members of the beleaguered Market Basket grocery store chain say they will ``seriously consider'' a proposal from its fired chief executive to buy the company as the chain faces a workers' revolt that has paralyzed its stores

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Market Basket Customers Finding Empty Shelves

Customers at the Market Basket store in New Bedford are being urged to sign petitions supporting the reinstatement of Arthur T. Demoulas as company President. Demoulas was ousted earlier this month by the company's Board of Directors

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Ex-Market Basket Boss Wants To Buy Company

The former chief executive of the Market Basket supermarket chain whose ouster has led to employee protests, customer boycotts and empty shelves wants to buy the entire company.

Arthur T. Demoulas said in a statement Wednesday that he and his side of the family want to buy the 50

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Zack Wittman for The Boston Globe via Getty Images
Zack Wittman for The Boston Globe via Getty Images

Mayor Mitchell Supports Market Basket Protests and Boycott

Count Mayor Jon Mitchell as a supporter of Arthur T. Demoulas, the former CEO of Market Basket.

Arthur T. was ousted as CEO last month, and replaced by his cousin, Arthur S. Demoulas.

Loyal longtime workers have taken to protesting the sudden change, with work at many of the 71 Market Basket locations coming to a screeching halt

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Market Basket employees supporting Arthur T. Demoulas.  Photo by Dan McCreedy / TSM
Market Basket employees supporting Arthur T. Demoulas. Photo by Dan McCreedy / TSM

New Bedford Market Basket Employees Demonstrate

Cars honked in front of the Market Basket in New Bedford as protesting employees demand the return of ousted CEO Arthur T. Demoulas.  He was ousted by the store's Board of Directors earlier this month

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Photo via "SAVE ARTIE T. & SAVE MARKET BASKET!!" facebook page.
Photo via "SAVE ARTIE T. & SAVE MARKET BASKET!!" facebook page.

A Brief Background About Market Basket’s Protest

The Demoulas/Market Basket feud has been going on in the background for decades, but it's now gaining national attention after this past weekend's rallies. Some people are still wondering what's going on and why these rallies are being held.

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