MILWAUKEE — Roundy's Supermarkets here said last week it plans to enter the Chicago market with 10 to 12 stores over the next three years — a move industry observers believe has an excellent chance for success. Their optimism is based as much on the presence of Robert A. Mariano, Roundy's chairman and chief executive officer, as on the fading presence of Safeway-owned Dominick's there and other competitive factors. Mariano is a Chicago native who worked at Dominick's for 26 years, ...

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