Market Basket Employees Unite Over Fired President

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Employees of Market Basket Foods, a Northeast grocery chain, have been organizing rallies to reinstate their fired president, Arthur T. Demoulas. 

According to his employees, senior management, and community members, Demoulas had a top notch business philosophy; he paid workers well, funded retirement accounts, had a personable disposition, and kept prices low. 

So why was he fired? According to an article in the Boston Globe,  the firing stemmed from a decades long family feud. 

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