PITTSBURGH -- By outsourcing its utility bill processing and auditing to a third party, Giant Eagle here expects to save more than 1% in utility costs. Giant Eagle, which was developing a database of utility histories for its 70 stores and warehouses, has transferred its data to the third-party company. The new database should be complete by Oct. 1. While Giant Eagle was in the process of transferring its database file to the third party, the retailer discovered it had paid a duplicate ...
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