MILWAUKEE — As Roundy's prepares to enter the Chicago market next year, the opportunities for growth there are greater than the company had originally thought, Bob Mariano, chairman and chief executive officer, told SN last week. When the company disclosed plans a year ago to expand to Chicago, Mariano was talking about opening 10 to 12 locations over a three-year period. Now he's anticipating 15 to 25 stores over the next several years “because the opportunities there are larger than we ...

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