MILWAUKEE — Roundy's Supermarkets here said Thursday it believes it can bring comparable-store sales close to positive as a result of expanding its new pricing and service initiatives to all Pick 'n Save stores after testing those initiatives at 14 stores for the past nine months. According to Bob Mariano, chairman and chief executive officer, the 14 test stores "have achieved almost positive comps, and we are energized enough by those results that we think we can turn ...

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