WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. — A strike against Raley's would be "pretty devastating," Michael Teel, the chain's president and chief executive officer, told SN Tuesday, but he said the chain is "strong enough and agile enough" to weather it. He said Raley's is "fully prepared" for a strike, including the possibility of closing an unspecified number of stores "if we have to." While Teel said he hopes a strike can be avoided, he said ...

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