American supermarket chain with stores in Pennsylvania, Ohio, West Virginia, Indiana, and Maryland.- Giant Eagle
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American retail company that operates supermarkets and multi-department stores throughout the United States.
Kroger's exit ceded the market to lower-cost, locally owned rivals, most notably Giant Eagle and the SuperValu-supplied grocers.
American bank headquartered in Providence, Rhode Island, which operates in the states of Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Vermont, Virginia, and Washington DC.
The greatest number of these are in Pittsburgh-based Giant Eagle stores, most of which were acquired in the acquisition of Mellon Financial Corporation's retail banking division.
GetGo is a convenience store chain owned and operated by Giant Eagle.
City in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in the United States and the county seat of Allegheny County.
84 Lumber, Giant Eagle, Highmark, Rue 21, General Nutrition Center (GNC), CNX Gas (CXG), and Genco Supply Chain Solutions are major non-public companies headquartered in the region.
United States chain of discount drug stores, based in Youngstown, Ohio, and founded by Michael "Mickey" Monus and David Shapira in 1982.
Its Youngstown-area assets were purchased by Giant Eagle in bankruptcy court.
American supermarket chain based in Amherst, New York, that operates stores in Upstate New York, Vermont, and Northern Pennsylvania.
Tops announced on October 10, 2006 that 18 of its Ohio stores were sold to rival Giant Eagle.
Regional supermarket chain operating in Ohio and West Virginia between 1933 and 2004.
Better store locations were acquired and reopened as Giant Eagle or Kroger stores; as of May 2014 many former Big Bear stores (especially in Ohio and West Virginia) remain empty.
Founded in 1854 in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, as a food service company for stagecoaches.
As a result of Penn Traffic's 2003 bankruptcy filing, these stores were either closed or sold to other companies, such as grocery retailer Giant Eagle, while other properties were left vacant and still remain vacant.
Former president of Phar-Mor, Inc., founder of the World Basketball League and was an original owner of the Colorado Rockies, a Major League Baseball expansion team.
With startup money provided by Giant Eagle, Inc., the supermarket company in which Shapira's family members were large shareholders, the Phar-Mor discount drug chain became enormously successful.
American soft-discount grocery chain.
In late February 2012, Bottom Dollar expanded into Pittsburgh and Youngstown, Ohio, neither of which have the parent Food Lion chain and are dominated by Giant Eagle.