STELLARTON, Nova Scotia -- Sobeys here said it expects to exceed its earnings projections for the year, based on results from the first 39 weeks of the fiscal year. Bill McEwan, president and chief executive officer, said recently the company targeted an earnings-per-share increase of 33 cents (Canadian) for the fiscal year ending May 4. Through the first three quarters of the year ended Feb. 2, the company had already achieved 30 cents EPS growth, he said. According to McEwan, that ...
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