LAKELAND, Fla. — Publix Super Markets here this week said the value of its stock, which is not publicly traded but is owned by current and former employees, was appraised at $20.70 per share, down from $20.80 in the preceding quarterly evaluation and from $20.90 in the quarter before that. The company, which operates about 928 supermarkets in the Southeast, posted a 6.5% gain in net income for the fourth quarter, to $311 million, on a 6.1% increase in sales, to $5.9 billion. Comparable-store ...

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