LONDON -- Other than reporting a handful of stores that closed early, supermarket operators here said it was business as usual last week after apparent terror attacks hit morning commuters on the city's subway and bus system. "All but two of our stores in the center of London are currently trading, and it is our intention to continue to serve our customers," Sainsbury's said in a prepared statement just hours after the explosions that reportedly killed dozens and wounded hundreds more. "We ...

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