JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- In his first public report since assuming leadership of Winn-Dixie Stores here two months ago, Peter Lynch said he would act quickly to raise top-line sales as losses mounted at the beleaguered retailer. Winn-Dixie reported a loss of $400 million, including discontinued operations, on sales of $3.1 billion during its fiscal second quarter ended Jan. 12. In a conference call discussing the results last week, Lynch, the former Albertsons executive named chief executive ...

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