Arthur T. Demoulas — and hundreds of Market Basket workers — said they would return to work Thursday following the announcement that Demoulas had reached a binding agreement to buy the shares in Demoulas Super Markets owned by a rival family faction. The deal, reached late Wednesday, will reinstate Demoulas in a consultant role with authority to run the company while the deal closes over the coming months. His firing in late June set off worker walkoffs and an associated customer ...

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