WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W.Va. -- The cat is out of the bag. While speculation about possible mergers between the three major B2B exchanges has been simmering for a while, the CEOs of all three organizations confirmed last week what everyone else already suspected: Heading forward, the industry probably won't support three major trading exchanges. Speaking at a strategic issues session at the Grocery Manufacturers of America's Executive Conference here, Colin Dyer, chief executive officer, ...

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