Kroger’s first quarterly results that included Harris Teeter stores indicated the acquisition was going every bit as well as expected, with the Southeast banner providing an added sales boost as well as potential for what officials called “aggressive” new growth. For the fiscal first quarter, which ended May 24, Kroger reported a 9.9% increase in total revenues to $33 billion, with non-fuel identical-store sales improving by 4.6%. Net earnings of $501 million increased by ...
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