STELLARTON, Nova Scotia (FNS) -- Sobeys here said last week it will take an after-tax charge of almost $33 million in the current quarter to cover its decision to drop its computer software program following major disruptions in its grocery operations. The company said the complexities of the system and a five-day database and systems disruption in December led to its decision to drop the program from SAP AG of Germany. "We have determined that there is insufficient core functionality in ...

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