LOS ANGELES -- Southern California's "big three" retailers are likely to become more price-promotional over the next few months as the benefits they won in the 141-day strike-lockout kick in, industry observers told SN last week. Sales programs geared to end-of-summer and back-to-school may signal which way the promotional winds will be blowing for the rest of the year, they said. Southern California food-price competition heated up briefly, albeit modestly, when the ...

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