WEST CALDWELL, N.J. (FNS) -- Kings Super Markets here said operating profit rose 33.1% on a 3.5% sales increase in the first half ended Oct. 1. were reported by its parent company, Marks & Spencer, London. Sir Richard Greenbury, chairman of Marks & Spencer, said Kings made "good progress" in the first half. The company had 19 stores at the end of the first six months, the same as during the previous year, a spokeswoman said. Overall, Marks & Spencer reported an increase in ...

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