GIANT FOOD, Landover, Md., while not giving specifics, said last week that its fourth-quarter results will be "negatively impacted" by the five-week strike of 320 Teamsters, which ended Jan. 19. In a statement, Pete L. Manos, chairman, president and chief executive officer, said the company lost sales during the strike. Also, he said, mild temperatures this year have lowered sales too, as compared with sales during last year's severe weather. The company's detailed quarterly earnings report ...

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