Labor disputes erupted early and often in 1994, and the effects of these struggles may be felt well into 1995. Two companies particularly hard-hit by labor troubles were A&P, Montvale, N.J., and Fred Meyer Inc., Portland, Ore. A&P experienced a double dose of labor pains in its Canadian division, beginning with a 14-week strike at its price-impact Miracle Food Mart stores. That was followed by a round of difficult negotiations during the summer involving the company's conventional ...

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