Market Basket deal ends bitter feud

Market Basket employee Tony Khater (left) celebrates with store director Al Jussaume (right) after learning of the sales agreement.

Arthur T. Demoulas reached a deal to buy the company from rival relatives for more than $1.5 billion.

Ken Nyman, 27, of Derry, N.H., a Market Basket employee for nearly 5 years, gave a thumbs up to a driver at the company headquarters in Tewksbury.

‘You are simply the best,’ Arthur T. says of workers

Arthur T. Demoulas expressed his gratitude for the efforts of Market Basket workers in helping him win back control of the company.

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// After long lull, a rush to restock Market Basket stores

Market Basket supermarkets will burst with activity Thursday as employees scramble to return to normal operations.

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

Happy ending for Market Basket employees, customers

The sale of the chain to Arthur T. Demoulas brought a triumphant end to six weeks of organizing, agitating, and waiting.

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