Two years ago, at the height of the recession, Ric Jurgens, Hy-Vee's president and chief executive officer, talked to SN about the West Des Moines, Iowa-based chain's robust expansion, including plans to invest about $200 million in new stores and remodels in the current fiscal year. “We have a five-year plan that we are trying to stick to as closely as possible,” he said. “We don't believe we should stop investing in our stores, facilities or employees ...
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