TROY, Mich. -- Super Kmart Centers are about to emerge from a self-imposed hibernation. After several years of static store growth while Kmart Corp. here addressed more pressing corporate issues, the company is about to become more aggressive in rolling out its supercenter format, Laurence L. Anderson, president of the Super Kmart division, told SN. "The Super K's have always operated successfully," he said. "They turned profitable in 1996, improved profits dramatically in 1997 and have ...

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