LOS ANGELES — Albertsons said late Friday it may close up to 100 stores if the United Food and Commercial Workers Union decides to strike. "One of the lessons we learned during the 2003-2004 labor dispute is, it doesn't make good business sense to try to operate all of our stores during a strike," the company, which is owned by Supervalu, said in a statement. "At this point we believe up to 100 stores could close for some or all of the strike." Reports said Ralphs, owned by ...

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