OKLAHOMA CITY -- Homeland Stores here is trying to become faster, fresher and better. David B. Clark, chairman, president and chief executive officer, told SN he's convinced Homeland is moving in the right direction. "If you look at same-store sales as a measure of success, then we are succeeding," he said, pointing to the chain's 3% increase in the first quarter of this year and its more modest 0.2% increase in the second quarter -- against a tougher comparison, he noted -- following ...

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