MILWAUKEE -- Roundy's here said it is positioning itself to grow its retail operations in the Upper Midwest -- a positioning some industry observers believe may signal the distributor's interest in trying to acquire Chicago-based Dominick's from Safeway. Speaking with financial analysts in a conference call to discuss results for the year and fourth quarter ended Jan. 1, Robert A. Mariano, chairman, president and chief executive officer of Roundy's, said the company's new ...

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