NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Publix is hoping that it has another hit when it enters the Music City this fall -- in fact, the Lakeland, Fla.-based company would like to perform a cover of the tune it wrote when it entered Atlanta 10 years ago. In Atlanta, Publix became the No. 2 player behind Cincinnati-based Kroger by taking market share away from weaker chains and small independents, and analysts said the company has similar opportunities in Nashville after recently agreeing to buy seven shuttered ...

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