ROTTERDAM, N.Y. – Officials of Price Chopper were working Tuesday to simmer down a social-media fire that began last week when an exchange between an unhappy customer and a Price Chopper employee on Twitter was recounted on a blog. The customer had complained in a Twitter post about out-of-stock produce, according to reports. A Price Chopper employee then contacted both the message writer and his employer, requesting that the individual be disciplined. The matter was recounted in a blog by ...
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