If you live in New Hampshire, Massachusetts or Maine, chances are you're familiar with the drama that unfolded in the summer of 2014. Now a movie, 'We The People: The Market Basket Effect.' is set to premiere next month.
Arthur T. Demoulas, the former CEO of Market Basket, was making his final bid to buy the supermarket chain as thousands of workers continue to push the board of directors to reinstate him in Maine, New Hampshire and Massachusetts and the company continues to lose millions of dollars, according to the Boston Globe...
Three Market Basket board of directors attempted to end the dispute that has resulted in the supermarket chain losing millions of dollars as thousands of workers protest the removal of former CEO Arthur T. Demoulas, according to WMTW.
The Portland television news station reported Sunday the directors said Saturday that 25,000 workers and two million customers "shouldn't be held hostage for a
As Market Basket workers continue to rally to have former CEO Arthur T. Demoulas reinstated, Margaritas Mexican Restaurants wants to give them some support.
The restaurant chain posted the following on its Facebook page Thursday:
As a locally owned company who is devoted to the strength and well-being of our communities, we want to offer our support to all the Market Basket employees who are affec
Market Basket employees outside of the Biddeford supermarket and elsewhere in New Hampshire and Massachusetts continue to protest the removal of former CEO Arthur T. DeMoulas as company officials threaten to hire new workers, according to WMTW.
Arthur T. Demoulas, the former CEO of the Market Basket supermarket chain, has offered to buy 50.5 percent of the company from his family after hundreds of Market Basket workers have staged rallies to protest his firing, according to WMTW...