CINCINNATI -- Kroger Co. here said last week it had record sales and operating cash flow for the year and fourth quarter ended Dec. 28. g the effect of a six-week strike at King Soopers, Denver, or 0.6% including the strike's effect. For the 12-week fourth quarter, net income increased 18.9% to $125.4 million -- following an extraordinary loss of $84.3 million for prepayment of debt -- while sales increased 5.8% to $6.2 billion and same-store sales rose 4%. Operating cash flow rose 6.7% ...

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