JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- As more details emerged last week regarding Winn-Dixie Stores' strategic plans, analysts said they expect a slow turnaround that will depend in part on the ability of the retailer to continue paying for the changes it needs to make. In a conference call here discussing the most recent fiscal year in which Winn-Dixie lost $100.4 million overall, Frank Lazaran, president and chief executive officer, revealed additional details of the strategic plan he unveiled in ...

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