BIRMINGHAM, Ala. -- Bruno's here said sales, earnings and same-store sales improved in the first quarter ended Sept. 24. iod of $9.2 million, which excludes a $3.3 million extraordinary charge. Net income increased 95.1%. Per-share earnings totaled 15 cents, 1 cent above Wall Street's consensus estimate. Sales rose 2% in the 12-week quarter to $653.6 million and same-store sales rose about 1%. Ronald Bruno, chairman and chief executive officer, said the company is pleased its focus on ...

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