EAST BRIDGEWATER, Mass. -- Shaw's Supermarkets here said last week its parent company, London-based J. Sainsbury plc, has decided to close a grocery and perishables warehouse it purchased as part of its acquisition of Star Markets Co., Boston. e decision and options available to displaced employees. Shaw's initially said it planned to retain the facility. However, it said a subsequent analysis indicated the warehouse would require significant capital investment to upgrade it to meet Shaw's ...
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