NEW YORK -- Key Foods Stores Co-Operative here last week appeared to be moving closer to settlement talks over a discrimination lawsuit after the case became a focus of local media attention. A source said the two sides could be preparing to settle after the plaintiffs in the 16-month-old suit produced an audiotape in which former Key Foods produce director Richard Grenard is alleged to be heard making racially derogatory comments. The tape was provided to local media, and activist Al ...

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