SYRACUSE, N.Y. - Penn Traffic Co. broke a long silence last week to reveal that sales and earnings were running below prior projections; to introduce new leaders detailing ambitious plans to improve those figures; and to begin a dialogue with investors anxious for details and quick with suggestions. Penn Traffic, which emerged from a lengthy bankruptcy in 2005, had not reported quarterly or annual financial figures since fiscal 2002, citing ongoing government investigations into past ...

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