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United Food Bank recently received a $30,000 donation from Fry’s Food Stores as part of their “Bringing Hope to the Table” campaign.
LEBANON, Ohio (AP) — As he sat in the doctor's office, ex-boxer and weightlifter Gerald Dixon explained that years of sports had left him in pain, especially his hands, and he was looking for relief.
Safeway shoppers can now get their hands on personalized coupons and store specials through a new digital savings program.
Call it delayed gratification.
Red Mountain has one, possibly two to spare. Gilbert and Saguaro both have it. Basha, Corona del Sol and Saguaro are working on it.
As part of its Bringing Hope to the Table campaign, Fry's Food Stores donated a semi-truck full of food to United Food Bank on Thursday.
The hacking of a Dallas-based marketing firm, which exposed millions of e-mail addresses to potential misuse, has raised the concerns of various security experts who now think unwary consumers will fall for scams in their inboxes.
A relatively unknown company called Epsilon came forward last week and confessed that its email database had been hacked. But this was not just any database; this was one used by industry heavyweights like Disney Destinations, banks such as Citibank, Capital One and Chase, and stores like Walgreens and Kroger.
The red-faced company isn't saying how many addresses were taken but their blue-chip clients were forced to start notifying consumers that their email addresses were compromised and to be on the lookout for "phishing" attempts in the coming days, weeks, months and years.
This is the danger of this kind of attack. My email address is well-known so I get tons of spam, perhaps thousands a week. But few people know where I do my personal banking. So when I get an e-mail from "XYZ Bank" asking me to change my online banking password I am easily convinced to delete it because I don't have an account with XYZ Bank.
Now, however, millions of emails are now associated with their correct relationship. A spammer can craft an email saying your Citibank account is overdrawn and to "click here" to see an important, encrypted message about your account. And bingo, you're infected with a Trojan that steals all of your passwords and banking data from then on.
Or you have a prescription problem at Walgreens and click here to resolve it. Bingo, you're infected. Or click here to enter your credit card info because your card was declined. Think you're too smart to do that? You may be but tens of thousands of people do that every year in response to fake anti-virus pop-ups and other scams.
These "phishing" attempts (named for their goal of using bait to "fish" valid information out of you) are remarkably successful in many cases because the emails look official and use scary things to con an immediate response out of people before they can think more clearly. Oh gosh, my checking account is overdrawn? That can't be! Click. Walgreens declined my debit card? Why? I have plenty of money in that account! Click.
And this is not limited to the companies I named. According to a press release, Epilson has more than 2,500 business clients and sends out -- wait for it -- 40 billion emails a year. This theft will take years to recover from and consumers need to be very careful not to respond to any requests for information in their inboxes. Your bank, a store ... no one needs to ask you your password or any personal information. If they need it, they already have it because you gave it to them.
Your bank does not lose your password. (It may lose your email address ... but not your password.)
Candice Guadagnino shopped Friday at a Tempe Fry’s Marketplace, buying a variety of store and brand name items. In her basket, she had three boxes of Kroger brand cream cheese.
SAN FRANCISCO — A sharply divided federal appeals court on Monday exposed Wal-Mart Stores Inc. to billions of dollars in legal damages when it ruled a massive class action lawsuit alleging gender discrimination over pay for female workers can go to trial.
CINCINNATI — The Kroger Co. reported Tuesday an $875 million loss in its third quarter, blaming tough price competition and the struggling California economy's hit on its grocery business.
Kroger operates the Valley's Fry's and Fry's Marketplace grocery stores.
There won't be a strike at Safeway and Fry's Food Stores after all. The United Food and Commercial Workers Union Local 99, Safeway Stores, and Kroger Co., the owner of Fry's and Smith's, have reached a tentative settlement on a new collective bargaining agreement, the parties said early Friday morning.
In this photo from March 24, 2009, a cart full of groceries is seen at the checkout counter at a Kroger store in Gahanna, Ohio. Shoppers are increasingly ditching their items before they're rung up, as they think twice about spending and obsess about saving amid worries about job security and financial woes.
Microchip Technology employs about 900 in its Chandler headquarters and another 600 in nearby Tempe, close enough to keep even more of Chandler’s high-income residents conveniently employed.
In seven to 10 months, consumers can expect to see a Bashas' chain of grocery stores with fewer numbers and more concentrated in the Valley and Tucson metro areas as it emerges from Chapter 11, analysts say.
Bashas’ family members are confident their 77-year-old grocery chain will survive its bout with Chapter 11 and the family will remain deeply involved with the company.
CINCINNATI - The Kroger Co. on Tuesday recalled ground beef sold in some of its grocery stores, including Fry’s stores and Smith’s stores in Arizona.
CINCINNATI, Ohio — The Rev. Dan Kroger braced for bad news a few weeks ago when he asked a focus group of college students what they thought of the St. Anthony Messenger, the Catholic magazine he publishes in Cincinnati.
Bashas’ would appear to be a company in serious trouble, to judge from the headlines. In late April, the Chandler-based grocery chain said tough economic conditions would force the closing of a “handful” of underperforming stores, adding to five stores that have already been closed this year.
“The Arizona government department that brings in revenue just cut its work force in half. So, now all the money waiting to be collected from several years past will just be lost.
RACE LEADER: Johnny Benson, in the No. 23 Toyota Tundra Toyota, leads in the final laps of the Craftsman Truck Series at the Martinsville Speedway Kroger 200 on Oct. 18, 2008, in Martinsville, Va. Eric Brady, The Roanoke (Va.) Times