CINCINNATI -- Money is playing a bigger part in the nonfood strategies of two major retailers. Kroger Co., here, and 7-Eleven, Dallas, recently expanded their in-store financial capabilities into nontraditional banking services as a way of meeting the needs of an increasingly diverse U.S. population. "It's another example of a convenient service for our customers, one that they won't find at many other neighborhood supermarkets," said Gary Rhodes, director of communications for Kroger. ...

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