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Split Decision for Stewart's Shops
Current and former employees have filed a proposed class-action lawsuit seeking in excess of $20 million dollars in alleged unpaid wages, punitive damages and statutory penalties against Stewart's Shops Corp. Stewart's Shop denied liability in the case ...
Stewart's Shops Names New Marketing Manager
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. -- Maria D'Amelia has joined Stewart's Shops Inc. as the convenience and dairy retailer's new marketing manager, replacing Tom Mailey, who left in March to become spokesperson for the state of New York's Department of ...
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Stewart's Shops Named a Top Workplace
“This Top Workplace honor reinforces Stewart's Shops' efforts to be a stable, successful employer with long-term security for its employees.
Stewart's Shops Faces Wage & Hour Lawsuit
9, 2014, in Federal District Court (Northern District of New York), alleges that Stewart's Shops failed to compensate employees for all hours worked.
Mailey Departing Stewart's Shops
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N.Y. -- Stewart's Shops Inc. marketing manager and spokesperson Tom Mailey is leaving the Upstate New York convenience retailer to become spokesperson for the state's Department of Corrections & Community Supervision, ...
Stewart's Shops Rolls Out New Foods, Treats
Coming in two flavors, Chicken Alfredo and Pasta Marinara, "the entrees are offered in three ways so you can choose the one that fits your day or your lifestyle," Stewart's Shops said on its website. "Find them in our freezer section, ready to heat in ...
Stewart's Shops hit with class-action suit involving employee pay
Stewart's Shops is facing a $20 million class-action lawsuit in federal court alleging the convenience store chain violates wage laws by not paying employees for all the hours they work.
Stewart's in East Utica facing another legal challenge
Stewart's Shops Corp.'s plans to construct a one-story concrete building with a canopy area to accommodate three fuel pumps at 1240 Culver Ave.
Chrysler latest air-bag lawsuit target
TORONTO - The latest in a series of proposed Canadian class-action suits over potentially deadly airbags was launched Thursday, this one over those installed in Chrysler vehicles.
Duffy Trial: Witness Thought His 2011 Funeral Appearance Was Official Business
Testifying by phone, Myrna Sanderson said she believed Duffy was at the funeral representing the government, given Stewart's standing on the island as a well-known Second World War veteran. The trip cost $3,496 for the flight, and $103 in meal and ...