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British grocery giant leases a Los Angeles store about double the size that analysts expected

LOS ANGELES -- British grocery giant Tesco plans to take over a shuttered Albertsons market in Los Angeles' Glassell Park, an indication that it intends to build bigger stores than first expected, according to the Los Angeles Times. The 32,500-sq.-ft. location will be among the first of a group...

Weak Democratic incumbent provides Senate opening in Washington state

Editor's Note: This is the fifth in a series of CSP Daily News stories that will highlight election campaign issues and races of interest to the convenience-store industry. To read previous installments, click here . VASHON, Wash. -- In Washington State, an interesting race is brewing between...

The former COO of Marsh Supermarkets is suing the company, claiming it owes him thousands of dollars in severance and benefits.

INDIANAPOLIS -- The former COO of Marsh Supermarkets is suing the company, claiming it owes him thousands of dollars in severance and benefits. David A. Marsh filed the lawsuit against the Fishers, Ind.-based grocery chain Wednesday in U.S. District Court in Indianapolis, said the Associated Press...

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