KELLER, Texas -- Kroger's Dallas-Fort Worth marketing area here has jumped into the home-computer market by promoting personal computers priced several hundred dollars less than comparable branded models. Kroger is considering the program, kicked off recently at 26 stores, for an everyday section if it does well in the next several weeks, said Wayne Hanner, the KMA's network administrator. "We're looking at doing this on a regular basis sometime after Jan. 1, probably keeping it going ...

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