Market Basket deal ends bitter feud

Tony Khater held an Arthur T. sign as employees celebrated outside Market Basket headquarters in Tewksbury.

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Tony Khater held an Arthur T. sign as employees celebrated outside Market Basket headquarters in Tewksbury.

Employees Carlos Ospina and Tulio Rodrigues celebrated.

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Employees Carlos Ospina and Tulio Rodrigues celebrated.

A deal to sell Market Basket to Arthur T. Demoulas for more than $1.5 billion has been signed at a company board meeting.

Wendy Maeda/Globe Staff/file 2013

A deal to sell Market Basket to Arthur T. Demoulas for more than $1.5 billion has been signed at a company board meeting.

Arthur T. Demoulas was ousted as president of the Market Basket chain by his cousin and rival, Arthur S. Demoulas, in June.

Arthur T. Demoulas was ousted as president of the Market Basket chain by his cousin and rival, Arthur S. Demoulas, in June.

Transcripts of past board meetings showed the ill will between Arthur S. Demoulas (pictured) and Arthur T.

Globe file

Transcripts of past board meetings showed the ill will between Arthur S. Demoulas (pictured) and Arthur T.

Employees and customers have staged rallies in support of Arthur T. Demoulas.

Dina Rudick/Globe Staff/file

Employees and customers have staged rallies in support of Arthur T. Demoulas.

The standoff has left empty shelves in many of the grocery chain's 71 stores.

Suzanne Kreiter/Globe staff/file

The standoff has left empty shelves in many of the grocery chain's 71 stores.

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Tony Khater held an Arthur T. sign as employees celebrated outside Market Basket headquarters in Tewksbury.

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