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Thursday, May 26, 2005

California grocery chains' profit sharing plan under fire

California AG Bill Lockyear won a ruling yesterday in his challenge to a profit sharing plan among major grocery chains in Southern California.  A district court judge rejected the chains' argument that the plan was immune from antitrust scrutiny because it was enacted to deal with a labor walkout. 

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