GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. -- Spartan Stores here said earlier this month that it separated its retail and distribution management teams during its second quarter ended Sept. 14, a quarter whose earnings performance James Meyer, Spartan's chairman, president and chief executive officer, termed "disappointing." During a conference call following the release of results for the second quarter and first half, Meyer said, "We took steps late in the second quarter, segregating key functions in retail ...
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