The man allegedly held a large knife to a Tedeschi’s clerk and fled with an undisclosed amount of cash.
Arthur T. Demoulas triumphantly returned as Market Basket CEO Thursday, addressing workers at company headquarters in Tewksbury, saying, “it’s great to be back together again.”
The victim was not wearing a seat belt.
The employee revolt at Market Basket entered its fourth week Monday, as workers and customers continued to picket outside company headquarters in Tewksbury.
A few thousand Market Basket workers and customers rallied outside a store in Tewksbury Tuesday to pressure management to reinstate the company’s former chief executive or accept his offer to buy the company.
Market Basket associates and customers calling for the return of ousted CEO Arthur T. DeMoulas said on Saturday that their demand is non-negotiable, even if the company is sold.
The owners of Market Basket met in Boston to discuss the workers’ revolt and an offer to buy the supermarket chain from a fired CEO.
The energetic crowd of thousands gathered at the company’s Tewksbury store voicing support for DeMoulas as well standing up against “corporate America.”
Market Basket workers rallied again Monday in support of the former chief executive and other workers who were fired.
An estimated 1,000 people have shown up at Market Basket supermarket chain headquarters in a show of support for the company’s former chief executive.