The Nova Scotia-based parent company of grocery chain Sobeys said the Nov. 4 incident— which shut down some pharmacy operations, as well as self-checkouts and other services for several days—resulted in a $39.1 million adjustment to net earnings, after taking into account insurance recoveries to date. It also cost the company at least $15 million in its third quarter, or six cents a share, as the company had to shut down some systems during that time. (The Logic)
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