STELLARTON, Nova Scotia -- Sobeys here said that its problems with a failed software system are behind it. "We do not have an information systems crisis or problem," Bill McEwan, president and chief executive officer, insisted to investment analysts during a conference call that followed the release of Sobeys results for the year and fourth quarter ended May 5. McEwan called the quarter "a very solid finish to a year of important change and challenge." For the 12-week quarter, earnings rose ...

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