PORTLAND, Ore. -- Fred Meyer Inc. here is working to recover market share after the grueling 87-day strike in this area, and its third-quarter earnings will reflect the long standoff. inue its existing program for new store construction and store remodels. While the company is taking its markdowns and strike-related costs in the third quarter, "Longer term, we feel the settlements reached will allow us to achieve our corporate goals," Miller said. The strike will result in an estimated ...

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