Allegra Boverman/Gloucester Daily Times. The Altieri family of Essex came to look at the high water along the Essex River in downtown Essex at the causeway on Monday during the hurricane. From left are mom Nadine, and A.J., 7, and his sister Hailey, 9.
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Update: Market Basket board will consider Arthur T's, other offers
BOSTON -- Market Basket’s board of directors this afternoon announced it will consider offers to buy the company, including that from ousted CEO Arthur T. Demoulas.
His offer will be considered “along with any other offers previously received and to be received.”Continued ...
Board to eye Arthur T's offer
BOSTON -- Market Basket's board of directors announced Friday that it will consider offers to buy the company -- including one from ousted CEO Arthur T. Demoulas. His offer will be considered "along with any other offers previously received and to beContinued ...
Gloucester workers, customers stand by their market
Gloucester's Market Basket employees and faithful customers dug in again Friday morning in support of the chain's fired chief executive officer. The protests that started Monday spilled over into Friday with employees once again picketing as warehousContinued ...
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