BOULDER, Colo. -- Wild Oats Markets here said it would revise a restructuring plan announced earlier this year in reaction to continued poor comparable store sales and disappointing earnings. The company said it would close or sell eight stores and would embark on a multi-million dollar initiative to add key management positions, train store employees, price items more competitively and begin a "robust" media campaign. These changes come in addition to Wild Oats' initial restructuring ...

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