HINTON, Va. -- WLR Foods here announced increased sales and earnings for the fourth quarter and fiscal year, despite a failed hostile takeover by Tyson Foods, Springdale, Ark. llion. WLR spokeswoman Gail Price said results were outstanding in light of the $2 million that WLR spent in the last quarter fighting off Tyson. WLR is also completing its purchase of Cuddy Farms-USA Foods division, which should be accomplished within days, Price said. The purchase would make WLR the nation's ...

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