GREENVILLE, S.C. — Brian Hotarek, who began last week as president and chief executive officer at Bi-Lo Holdings here, said the company would increase its capital spending this year in an effort to revitalize sales. The longtime Ahold veteran pledged to continue the strategic plan launched by his predecessor, Dean Cohagan, who is retiring. “I have the benefit of knowing the company and the strategic initiatives and business processes that are under way. The company is well-focused. It will ...
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