Gatty, Bob
May 2005
Progressive Grocer;5/1/2005, Vol. 84 Issue 7, p50
Trade Publication
Examines the marketplace survival and reconstruction of Winn-Dixie, a supermarket chain in the U.S., following its filing of Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in 2005. Efforts of Peter Lynch, president and CEO of Winn-Dixie, to restore a relationship of trust with suppliers, associates and customers; Assessment of analysts on the chances of Winn-Dixie for survival in the marketplace; Reasons behind the bankruptcy of Winn-Dixie; Relationship of Winn-Dixie with vendors. INSET: On the block?.


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