DETROIT -- Kmart, Troy, Mich., remains interested in a deal with a "grocery partner," but it has not yet found a suitable candidate, Floyd Hall, chairman, president and chief executive officer, said, here. Speaking at the company's annual meeting, Hall said partnering with a supermarket-industry chain of national stature would help boost the company's business. Kmart retails food in its supercenter and Big K formats. "A grocery partner could not only aid in pricing and distribution, but ...
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