BERKELEY, Calif. - Grocery Outlet here got Lucky last week - literally. The chain of 125 bargain warehouse stores won the right to use the Lucky name after a federal judge in San Francisco refused to grant a temporary restraining order requested by Albertsons asking Grocery Outlet to cease and desist from using that name on a store it opened a few days earlier. Albertsons originally acquired the Lucky name when it bought American Stores Co. in 1998. However, it converted stores with the ...
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