HARTFORD, Conn. -- Richard Blumenthal, Connecticut's attorney general, said last week his office is conducting an investigation of possible anticompetitive real-estate practices by Stop & Shop, Quincy, Mass., an Ahold operating company. Blumenthal told SN, "We're looking at various real-estate practices that Stop & Shop has used related to parcels of land either leased or owned. Our focus is whether these transactions have been used by Stop & Shop in any competitive ways to ...

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