How's business in the supermarket industry? You might first ask: Which supermarket industry? A recent SN article quoted financial analysts delivering some pessimistic outlooks for the big publicly held chains and the economy (April 19, 2004, Page 1). In contrast, a story on Page 1 this week quotes top executives of some regional supermarket retailers with far more bullish forecasts about their sales and regional economies. Why the big difference? The largest public supermarket companies ...
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