By taking pains to sharpen management of their businesses, the major public operators have put themselves on the right track for growth.
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In recent years, analysts said, a number of the big chains have consolidated divisions, honed operational functions, stepped up micromarketing and increased technology use, among other efforts. In-store, they have implemented category management, expanded private label, boosted perishable and meal offerings, ...
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