The countdown to the end of the 20th century is under way and supermarket executives have been busy preparing for the dawn of a new millennium. In discussing their 1999 forecasts for the industry with SN, top executives touched on common themes, such as navigating their companies through straits that are becoming increasingly treacherous with the presence of new retail channels. Most said they hope to reduce employee anxiety over industry mergers and stay out in front in technological ...

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