WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Raley's Supermarkets here said it is considering closing additional stores if it cannot reach an agreement with the union to reduce costs and eliminate operating losses. The 130-store chain disclosed plans last month to close two Northern California locations. "Our inability to implement necessary reductions has already cost our company more than $6 million in the four months that have passed without an agreement," Michael M. Teel, ...
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