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Top 10 gallery: Hy-Vee restructures store management

The most popular story of the week informed Supermarket News readers that Hy-Vee is revamping its store-level management and ceasing 24-hour operation at most stores, moves that are expected to result in job cuts.

One analyst's view that Kroger is likely to see only near-term lift from Berkshire Hathaway big stake was of interest to SN readers, as was the deal for the farmer-owned cooperative Dairy Farmers of America to acquire beleaguered Dean Foods for $425 million.

In quarterly financial news, Walmart turned in lower-than-expected earnings for the fourth quarter and the full fiscal year; new strategies have started to pay off for Sprouts Farmers Market; and the retail segment lifts SpartanNash to year-end sales gains.

Other popular Supermarket News headlines:

  • Vallarta Supermarkets launching meatless menu items for Lent
  • Big Y Foods to build Takeoff Technologies-powered automated warehouse
  • Hy-Vee buys four QuikTrip c-store locations
  • KeHE inks multiyear distribution deal with Northwest Grocers
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