IN OMAHA, where Warren Buffett built an empire behind shrewd investments and impeccable timing, food retailers are also moving to position themselves for fortune. In many recent cases, it's been conventional stores and specialty retailers rushing to fill a void for upscale shopping in Omaha, which despite a nationwide economic slowdown has pulled through with relatively low unemployment and a strong performance from its key agricultural industries. According to Tucson, Ariz.-based Metro ...
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