TORONTO — A little more than halfway through a five-year recovery program, Loblaw is racing to the finish. The retailer here said it would step up the investment — and the pace — of its turnaround with heavy spending behind supply chain and information technology upgrades this calendar year. Allen Leighton, president and deputy chairman, in a conference call last week said 2010 and 2011 would be the most challenging of the five in the renewal program. According to Leighton, the technology ...
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