MONTREAL — Officials of Metro Inc. here have yet to reveal their plans for the nearly $500 million the company is receiving as a result of selling half its stake in the convenience store operator Alimentation Couche-Tard, but speculation that the retailer would use it to fund an acquisition continued last week. “We’re now carefully evaluating different opportunities for these proceeds including investments for growth and returns to shareholders,” Francios ...

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