David Dillon knows how to keep a good thing going. After 10 years at the helm of the nation’s largest traditional grocer, Dillon, chairman and chief executive officer of Cincinnati-based Kroger Co., has finally implemented its key pricing and promotional strategy throughout the company and is ready to expand its share-grabbing ways in new territories. For the first time in several years, Kroger is projecting that it could open more supermarkets than it closes in 2012, company ...

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