Suppose you headed a very successful midsized supermarket company that for many years enjoyed the reputation -- whether apocryphal or not -- of being the most profitable chain in the land. Many in the industry might have wondered whether your success derived from your stores' relative geographical isolation, from your unparalleled operating skill or a combination of such factors, but in any case you held financial results strong year after year. Now suppose the core economic base of your ...

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