• Roundy’s, Milwaukee, whose sales rose 3.1% to $2 billion for the second half, with comps up 1.7% in the third quarter and down 1.2% in the fourth, and operating income up 34.1% to $36.6 million. Most of Roundy’s real sales growth is coming from the five Mariano’s stores the company operates in Chicago, Wolf pointed out, “while its comp sales are being impacted by inflation, which is emblematic of most of the industry.” Mushkin said Roundy’s ...

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