SUNBURY, Pa. — Weis Markets here on Tuesday said improved operating efficiencies and decreased depreciation expenses led to a 12.1% increase in net earnings in the second quarter, despite flat sales. “We are operating in a stagnant sales environment resulting from the poor economy and intense competition,” Weis Markets President and Chief Executive Officer David Hepfinger said in a statement. “In the second quarter we continued to improve efficiencies and ...

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