Chicago shuffle

April 1997
Progressive Grocer;Apr97, Vol. 76 Issue 4, p11
Trade Publication
Presents news information on various purchases and acquisitions of grocery store companies in Chicago, Illinois, for April 1997. Byerly's sale of two of its stores to Dominick's; Plans of Dominick's to sell its Omni chain to Cub Foods; Setting up of two stores by Byerly's in Highland Park and Schaumburg, both in Chicago; Comments from Dale Riley, president and chief operating officer of Byerly's.


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