Amateur athletes who were rewarded with sporting goods coupons, suddenly discover that the coupons are actually worthless.
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Haggen is not history after all – new owner Albertsons plans to keep the Haggen name on a handful of Washington state stores.
Haggen confirms that it’s selling most of its remaining stores – and its name – to Albertsons.
A reported deal would grant Haggen’s unsold stores to Albertsons, cancelling an expected auction and ending the Haggen era for good.
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The latest updates, as the bankrupt Fresh & Easy seeks buyers for its shuttered stores.
The bankrupt Haggen grocery chain quietly announces plans to sell off all of its remaining stores.
Albertsons is among the interested buyers, as bankrupt Haggen announces auction dates and baseline bidders for 95 stores.
Fresh & Easy follows up last week’s going-out-of-business announcement with a bankruptcy filing.
A&P’s plan to sell customer data raises questions and concerns among shoppers, whose information is now available to the highest bidder.