MINNEAPOLIS -- Nash Finch here said it lost its focus on its core businesses when it assigned its best people to work on the integration of the warehouses it acquired from Roundy's, contributing to a decline in net income for the third quarter that ended Oct. 8. In a conference call discussing the company's third-quarter results last week, Ron Marshall, chief executive officer, said that because of the labor reallocation, Nash Finch missed out on some vendor promotional opportunities in its ...

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