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'Get involved.' (supermarket management) (Outstanding Chain Store Managers) Apr 1, 1994 1289
'Non-stop excitement.' (supermarket merchandising and promotions) (Outstanding Chain Store Managers) Apr 1, 1994 1305
'I get excited every day.' (supermarket management) (Outstanding Chain Store Managers) Apr 1, 1994 1264
'You don't build success by yourself.' (Independents/Employee Relations) Mar 1, 1994 1228
'As vital as our pricing.' (Independents/Merchandising) Mar 1, 1994 1084
When disaster strikes. Mar 1, 1994 1149
Customer behavior: seeing is believing. Jan 1, 1993 1565
How consumers shop: from their vantage point above the selling floor, Super Study researchers got a bird's-eye view of the shopping patterns of 1,600 customers. Dec 1, 1992 744
Growing a better business: what recession? For these progressive merchants, innovation and risk-taking paid off with dramatic sales increases in 1991. Mar 1, 1992 1155
No stopping the light brigade. Jul 1, 1986 3230
New players in the losing game. Jul 1, 1986 1063
Making sales brighter than bright. Jul 1, 1986 1425
Chicken is flying high. Jul 1, 1986 1239
Disposables make the sales go round. Jul 1, 1986 1113
Feeding the kitty becomes more popular. Jul 1, 1986 1185
New formulations fuel sales gain. Jul 1, 1986 1605
Meat system wraps up 12% profit increase. Jun 1, 1986 1908
Wholesale clubs rock the retail boat. May 1, 1986 3089
Is this America's most efficient supermarket? Mar 1, 1986 2422
New criteria for new items. Feb 1, 1986 2477
What will turn your customers on - and off. Jan 1, 1986 2378
Big bad Bigg's: one year later; grabbing $100 million in sales in Kroger's home territory is bound to upset the market but, so far, Bigg's hasn't devastated the competition. Jan 1, 1986 2914
How to coax greater productivity from the front end; labor intensive and customer sensitive, checkout operations stand to benefit substantially from new systems and software for time and attendance and labor scheduling. Jan 1, 1986 2223
What's hot, what's not. Nov 1, 1985 3010
More sales, more profits, less space. Oct 1, 1985 1471
What's new in EFT. Aug 1, 1985 3261
Hard choice for union workers: concessions or closings? Jun 1, 1985 2044
Personal computers - who needs 'em? Interview Jun 1, 1985 2301
29 winning ways with boxed meat. Jun 1, 1985 891
New equipment adds competitive muscle. May 1, 1985 804
SLAM adds 1.4 points to gross profit; an inexpensive personal computer program helps a four-store operator control labor, advertising and merchandising costs. Feb 1, 1985 2149
Publix: new face, new challenge. Jan 1, 1985 1826
Bigg's the new French import; today Cincinnati, tomorrow ... ? Dec 1, 1984 832
BF's PC ends DSD SNAFUs. Nov 1, 1984 1700
The store designer's new best friend. Oct 1, 1984 1293
"A better way to do business." (uniform communications standards and grocery trade) Aug 1, 1984 1883
A competitive weapon with a future. Jun 1, 1984 1493
Computerized pharmacies dispense consumer confidence. May 1, 1984 1389
Giant to shoplifters: gotcha! Apr 1, 1984 1415
Life in the fast checkout lane. Feb 1, 1984 2555

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