LOS ANGELES -- Arden Group here said it's still enjoying the benefits of the 20-week strike-lockout in Southern California that diverted customers from its three biggest rivals before the dispute ended in March. act settlement, sales have decreased significantly, as customers returned to their previous shopping patterns," the company said in a prepared release. "However, sales are still greater than comparable pre-strike periods, as the company has been successful in retaining some of the ...

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