Staying alive

April 2005
Progressive Grocer;4/15/2005, Vol. 84 Issue 6, p47
Trade Publication
Provides information on the 2005 Annual Report of "Progressive Grocers" which presents an outlook for the supermarket industry in the U.S. Retail companies that have spiraled into bankruptcy; Factors that have contributed to the state of bankruptcy of the said retailers; Problems being faced by independent multistore and multimarket chains that have transformed and modernized the supermarket business.


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