NEW YORK -- In its first presentation to analysts as a New York Stock Exchange listed company, American Greetings, Cleveland, set forward a sound financial basis to drive its growth strategy in which supermarkets are a prized target. As the $2.5 billion social expressions company neared the close of its 1998 fiscal year on Feb. 28, it reported its 92nd consecutive year of revenue increases. "We expect to see high single-digit revenue growth from our internal businesses," William Meyer, ...

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