SN REPORT ermarket industry last week was winding down its Y2K watch after emerging from the New Year's rollover without any significant milennium-bug-related problems. Technology executives were hailing the success of intensive preparations and defending the investments as necessary given the threats. Associations attributed the smooth transition to cooperative efforts among trade groups and trading partners. Shoppers didn't overwhelm supermarkets at checkout lines, but they did stock up ...

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