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February 21, 2013
13:51 EDTKRFred Meyer and QFC associates ratify agreements with UFCW Local 555
The Kroger Co. (KR) associates working at Fred Meyer and QFC stores in Portland and throughout Oregon and Southwest Washington have ratified new labor agreements with UFCW Local 555. "We are pleased to reach agreements that are good for our associates and enable us to be competitive in very competitive market areas," said Lynn Gust, Fred Meyer's president. "These agreements provide our associates with additional compensation, affordable health care and pension for retirement." The 44 labor agreements cover 6,007 associates working at Fred Meyer and 368 associates at QFC.
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11:11 EDTKRdunnhumby and Kroger announce new alliance
dunnhumbyUSA joint venture partners dunnhumby and Kroger announced a new chapter in their alliance that will aim to provide greater flexibility for both parties to use data to create substantial opportunities for innovation and growth. Under the new arrangements dunnhumby Ltd and Kroger will replace their existing exclusive joint venture with a new long-term license and service agreement and the acquisition of certain assets from dunnhumbyUSA by Kroger. A new business called 84.51 will operate with those assets as its foundation.
06:15 EDTKRWal-Mart fighting for right to sell more alcohol in Texas, WSJ reports
Wal-Mart (WMT) is fighting for the right to sell more alcohol in Texas, The Wall Street Journal reports. The retailer is suing the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission, claiming legal limits on sales of hard liquor are "unconstitutional," the publication says. Wal-Mart has also joined fellow retailers Costco (COST) and Kroger (KR), as well as other groups, to back legislation that would override the current state beverage laws. Reference Link

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