Roundy’s Supermarkets said Wednesday it will re-evaluate its corporate strategies and infrastructure once it completes its exit from the Minneapolis market — moves that could involve expanding Mariano’s to markets outside the Chicago area and possible divestitures of some of its core Milwaukee assets. Having announced plans earlier in the day to sell 18 of its 27 Rainbow Stores to a consortium of buyers, with plans to sell or close the remaining nine Twin Cities stores, the ...
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