COPPELL, Texas -- Ron Johnson has walked most of Minyard's stores, and he likes what he sees, he told SN last week. The managing partner of the Texas-based investor group that acquired Minyard Food Stores here 10 days ago said an influx of capital spending should help improve the chain's prospects in the tough Dallas-Fort Worth marketplace. "I've walked 42 of the company's 69 stores," Johnson said, "and I thought they were well-stocked and did a good job taking care of customers. But I ...
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