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Struggling to pay rising pension and health care costs, it has a plan to cut benefits -- which a court will have to rule on.
The beloved family-owned company is selling about half its locations to bigger chains, reducing its longtime Southern presence.
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In this economy, you'd think these retailers would be racking up the sales. That's not the case.
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