JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Winn-Dixie Stores returned to the practice of quarterly chats with the financial community for the first time in nearly two years last week, reporting a loss since emerging from Chapter 11 late last year, but expressing optimism about sales performance and potential. “I believe the upside potential for our company is tremendous,” Peter Lynch, president and chief executive officer, told analysts in a conference call reviewing the 16-week fiscal second quarter, which ...
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