TROY, Mich. -- Kmart's new "integrity pledge" is being hailed by the discounter's vendors as a positive step in its turnaround and a model that should be followed by the rest of the industry. "This action by Kmart is another excellent example of the positive steps their new management has taken over the past several months that will ensure their continued status as a critical customer partner in the vendor community," said Tom Maddi, business manager of special channel sales at Borden Inc., ...

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