Police say 12-year-old girl was struck by a car while attending a Market Basket protest in Seabrook, New Hampshire.
After the CEO’s of Market Basket ran newspaper ads announcing job fairs next week to replace any workers who refuse to come back to work. loyal customers are responding with an ad of their own with a message for the board of directors.
“It is your customers who bring in the money. It is your customers who are the bottom line,” the customer-bought ad reads in part. It will run in Saturday’s edition of the Lowell Sun.
Market Basket’s new CEOs were advised to keep state laws about firings in mind if they let employees go.
Market Basket says they will begin hiring new workers next week.
The Market Basket meltdown raises a crucial question for the ruling classes of our economy that’s been on the minds of millions of Americans for some time now – what on Earth are you thinking?
A petition signed by managers and assistant managers of 68 of the 71 New England stores warns that they will immediately resign if CEO Arthur T. Demoulas is not restored “with full authority.”
Ousted Market Basket CEO Arthur T. DeMoulas remains one of several people who has offered to buy the company, according to a spokesman for the board of directors.
Market Basket Update
As the battle over Market Basket enters another week, there appears to be no sign of it coming to an end.
Workers are demanding no less than the return of ousted CEO Arthur T. Demoulas, who was fired last month by a board controlled by his cousin, Arthur S. Demoulas.
“We have drawn our line in the stand stating that we will work for no other CEO and that other potential buyers should take pause and give serious thought to pulling their offers,” according to a post on the Save Market Basket Facebook page.
Market Basket employees continued to stand in front of Market Basket this weekend despite an empty parking lot.