Kroger officials know their business, but describing it is another thing. “The grocery industry as we all grew up in: It doesn’t really exist anymore,” David Dillon, Kroger’s chief executive officer, said earlier this month during a conference call with financial analysts. “We’ll occasionally use the term ‘grocery’ because it helps us relate to the things you describe. … But we don’t think of that as our industry. We ...
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