SHEBOYGAN, Wis. -- Schultz Sav-O Stores here is increasing its investment in its franchise operations, but scaling back its capital expenditures at the corporate level. In 1995, Schultz will plug more than $17 million into its independent Piggly Wiggly units. At the corporate level, the company is keeping its capital expenditure outlay low, preferring instead to concentrate on improving customer service via new technology. "We vigorously support investment by our independent operators and ...

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