Can hard-battling supermarkets significantly hurt supercenter results and even lead to a reduction in supercenter expansion plans? That may be the scenario in the central New York region, according to Ron Hodge, senior vice president of operations at Hannaford Bros., Scarborough, Maine. Based in Albany, N.Y., Hodge is responsible for all Hannaford operations in New York, Vermont, New Hampshire and Massachusetts. In central New York, where both Wal-Mart and Kmart are fairly new supercenter ...
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