ROSWELL, Ga. -- Harry's Farmers Market here closed its problematic megastore in Clayton County last week. The move is the latest in a series of setbacks for the chain. Opened in May, the Clayton County store continuously incurred higher-than-anticipated losses, Harry's had said on several occasions. In the end, the store was losing $200,000 each month, according to a new statement from the company. In the statement, Harry Blazer, chairman and chief executive officer, emphasized that the ...

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