DETROIT (FNS) -- Kmart is putting retail sales on-line in September when its Web business goes live, but groceries won't be among the eventual millions of stockkeeping units available. "We're going to stay with hard goods," said Mark Goldstein, Bluelight chief executive officer. Goldstein's remarks came during the Kmart annual meeting, held here last week. Also during that meeting, Kmart said that Floyd Hall, chairman, president and CEO, will step down April 1, 2001, and that ...

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