Ousted president wants to buy back control of Market Basket

Ousted Market Basket president Arthur Demoulas made an offer to buy back the company, seeking complete control and stifling a decade-long family feud. His side of the family is offering to buy the remaining 50.5 percent of the supermarket chain that is now controlled by relatives who supported his firing last month. Story

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