NEW YORK -- Not so fast. A just-released study by Internet analysts Jupiter Research here indicates that companies may not be as enthusiastic as some surveys indicate on moving quickly to buying supplies and merchandise on-line. Supermarket operators like the 119-store Nash Finch, Minneapolis, which does $4 billion a year in sales, and the 98-store Save Mart, Modesto, Calif., with $1.47 billion in annual sales, agree with the report. Others, like the 2,514-store Albertson's, Boise, Idaho, ...

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