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Mass., N.H. AGs to Market Basket: Follow the Law When You Fire People

The attorneys general of Massachusetts and New Hampshire sent a joint letter Thursday to Market Basket co-CEOs Felicia Thornton and James Gooch, alerting them to employment laws in the two states about wages owed to fired employees. CEOs to Employees: Return to Work on August 4 Get to Know Board, Shareholders Board Says There Are Multiple Suitors Arthur S. Talked 2011 Deal How Grocer Keeps Prices Low More Market Basket Coverage

Noncompete Reform Highly Unlikely as Legislative Session Nears End

The final version of a proposed Massachusetts economic development bill will not include language related to noncompete clauses, keeping the status quo in tact for the usage of the controversial employment practice. Earlier: Noncompete Limits Look More Likely Than Bans Our Readers Want a Ban A Massachusetts Summer Camp Uses Noncompete Clauses

Target Taps Outsider as CEO

NEW YORK (AP) — Target is bringing in an outsider as its CEO for the first time as the retailer fights to redefine itself to American shoppers.

Cape Cod ‘Mini Patriot Place’ Proposal Involving Dan Duquette Still Alive

With baseball’s trade deadline nearing, it’s fitting that a development group that includes former Red Sox General Manager Dan Duquette is still angling for a deal to build what has been described as a “Mini Patriot Place” on Cape Cod. Duquette Involved in Proposed Youth Sports ‘Patriot Place’

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