LOS ANGELES — The U.S. Attorney’s Office here issued indictments last week for five current and former Ralphs executives and managers, alleging that they conspired to illegally hire locked-out workers during the Southern California strike of 2003-2004. The indictment alleges that the workers were rehired using false names and Social Security Numbers to avoid detection. The investigation of the hiring of locked-out workers was previously reported. In a prepared statement, Ralphs’ parent ...

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