DOMINICK'S, TEAMSTERS AGREE TO NEW PACT d warehouse employees represented by Teamsters Local 703 here agreed to a new contract with Dominick's last week, ending negotiations that lasted for more than a year, the union said. The union was working under a day-to-day extension of a contract that expired in April 2004. Two of the three groups of Teamsters approved a new contract with Dominick's parent Safeway late last month but one group held out, at which point Pleasanton, Calif.-based ...

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