NEW YORK -- Ralphs Grocery Co. would be willing to sell its northern California and Midwest units, George Golleher, chief executive officer of the Compton, Calif.-based chain, told an investors' conference here last week. The two units account for combined sales of $558 million, or about 10% of Ralphs' total sales of $5.5 billion, he said. "Those segments require little time and investment of resources, and they produce a good return on investment," Golleher said, "but they do not fit ...

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