Maybe it is lonely at the top. It was only a few years ago that Harris Teeter ascended to its No. 1 position in the Charlotte market, but this February the company said it is exploring the possibility of selling itself. With 26% market share and 51 locations in the market — which includes five counties in North Carolina and York County in South Carolina — the publicly owned chain is about seven points ahead of both Wal-Mart Stores and Delhaize America's Food Lion, ...
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