The new year has brought formidable challenges to supermarket companies, which are trying to increase sales during a period characterized by a sluggish economy and a shrinking customer base. For some companies, the biggest effort will be to strengthen cost controls by making better uses of technology or by pursuing better job-training programs to increase employee productivity. For others, the major challenge will be doing what they've always done, but better than they've traditionally ...
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