Whole Foods is in town. Publix is coming. Food Lion is rebranding. Wal-Mart is refocused. The threats are all around Harris Teeter, but its success continues. It’s what industry experts have come to expect from Charlotte-based Harris Teeter and its president and chief operating officer, Fred Morganthall, who earned high marks for steering the company profitably through the recession and now is picking up the pace on expansion and growth. “I think he’s a very strong ...
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