For reasons too obvious to cite, much more attention is being paid to financial reporting at publicly held companies. And those in the food-distribution sector are no exception. One indication of the increased attention to financial reports was illustrated well in recent days when a bellwether firm outside the food business -- General Electric Co. -- issued its first-quarter financials. It's instructive to see what happened at GE since it's the nation's largest company, as measured by ...

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