Roundy’s is seeing improvements in its Pick ‘n Save stores in Wisconsin as it continues to focus on stabilizing and growing its core business there, Robert A. Mariano, chairman, president and CEO of the Milwaukee-based company, told financial analysts recently. While overall same-store sales for the company were down 2.4% in the fourth quarter that ended Dec. 29 and down 4.7% for the year, the so-called “Milwaukee 14” — the first group of Pick ‘n Saves to ...

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