Key developments: Two rounds of price reductions, extension of fuel incentives, opened energy-efficient store. What's next: More expansion in core markets and contiguous areas. David Shapira has Giant Eagle quietly strengthening the chain's market position in its various market areas. The company's competitors in grocery and fuel, however, may see the moves as anything but quiet. While the past year did not see the kind of giant leaps forward as in the past, with the chain entering new ...

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