MATTHEWS, N.C. — Harris Teeter Supermarkets here said pricing and promotional efforts drove gains in sales and market share in the fiscal first quarter, although it said profits were under pressure from competition, low inflation and a weak retail environment during the holidays. Some analysts lowered their outlooks for the company after a shortfall in first-quarter net income. Andrew Wolf, a Richmond, Va.-based analyst with BB&T Capital Markets, noted that Harris ...
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