CINCINNATI - Kroger shareholders took to the microphone Thursday at the company's annual meeting here to thank Chairman and Chief Executive Officer David Dillon for reinstituting the company's quarterly cash dividend. The dividend, which the company paid earlier this month, was Kroger's first since 1988. Dillon told shareholders to expect more positive news. The board on Thursday voted to pay a second dividend of $.065 per share on Sept. 1. Dillon said the company intends to continue ...

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