TROY, Mich. -- Having completed the conversion to the Big K format, a $1.1 billion facelift that ushered in expanded grocery departments, Kmart here is now turning to technology to enhance the shopper experience. The company will spend $328 million this year - more than double last year's technology investment -- on an ambitious series of enhancements designed to improve in-store operations and in-stock levels. "When we looked at our in-store shopping experience, we knew the thing to do ...

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