CINCINNATI-- Supermarket operator Kroger said Thursday that it will buy back up to $1 billion of its shares. Kroger, which has 2,640 grocery stores nationwide under banners such as QFC, Food 4 Less, and Fred Meyer, also declared a regular quarterly dividend of 16.5 cents per share, payable June 1 to shareholders of record May 15.» Read More
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