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Stocks The Kroger Co

  • ATTENTION SHOPPERS: Kroger Co. is forecasting stronger growth in the years ahead, as company executives outlined plans to expand into new and existing markets, as well as grow the core business. CASHING IN: The Cincinnati- based company now expects earnings per share to grow 8 to 11 percent, up from the previous forecast of 6 to 8 percent.

  • NEW YORK-- Kroger is forecasting stronger growth in the years ahead, as the nation's biggest traditional supermarket operator continues to transform the format of its stores to fend off competitors and keep up with changing shopping habits.

  • NEW YORK-- A renewed focus on investment returns and continuing market share gains should lead to higher earnings for The Kroger Co., an analyst said Tuesday, as he lifted his rating on the stock to "Buy."

  • *Ratifies agreement with ufcw local 1059. *Says contract covers more than 11,000 associates working in 85 stores in the. Columbus and central Ohio area.

  • *Kraft will not pay royalties to Green Mountain* Maxwell House to sell unlicensed Keurig-style cups* Green Mountain stock falls, recovers By Martinne Geller.

  • *Kraft will not pay royalties to Green Mountain. *Green Mountain stock falls, recovers. NEW YORK, Oct 11- Kraft Foods Group Inc plans to sell Maxwell House and Gevalia single-serve coffee pods compatible with Keurig brewing systems, in another blow to Keurig parent Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc.

  • Oct 11- Safeway Inc, the second-largest U.S. supermarket chain, reported quarterly sales that missed Wall Street's view amid intense competition, and its shares fell more than 3 percent. Traditional grocers like Safeway and Kroger Co have tough competition from Wal-Mart Stores Inc and other retailers and they are fighting for every sale.

  • *Kraft will not pay royalties to Green Mountain. NEW YORK, Oct 11- Kraft Foods Group Inc plans to sell Maxwell House and Gevalia K-cup single-serve coffee pods compatible with Keurig brewing systems, a spokesman said on Thursday, in another blow to Keurig parent Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc.

  • Oct 11- Safeway Inc, the second-largest U.S. supermarket chain, reported quarterly sales that missed Wall Street's view, and its shares fell nearly 5 percent. Traditional grocers like Safeway and Kroger Co are fighting for every sale amid tough competition from Wal-Mart Stores Inc and other retailers.

  • NEW YORK, Oct 11- Kraft Foods Group Inc plans to sell Maxwell House and Gevalia K-cup single-serve coffee pods compatible with Keurig brewing systems, a spokesman said on Thursday, in another blow to Keurig parent Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc.

  • NEW YORK-- Safeway Inc. may give investors a glimpse of how the supermarket chain's new loyalty program for shoppers is impacting sales when it reports its third-quarter results Thursday.

  • NEW YORK-- Safeway Inc. may give investors a glimpse of how the supermarket chain's new loyalty program for shoppers is impacting sales when it reports its third-quarter results Friday.

  • *Associates working at fry's food stores and smith's food in Arizona ratified. new labor agreement with ufcw local 99. Phoenix, Tucson, and throughout Arizona.

  • *Says court has issued a claim construction order in Excentus' lawsuit against the Kroger Company. *Claim accuses Kroger of patent infringement, trademark infringement,. other acts of unfair competition.

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    The tentative multibillion-dollar settlement made with Visa and MasterCard last week allows merchants to offer discounts to customers paying with cash or checks, and to impose fees when they pay with credit cards, The New York Times reports.

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    Visa, MasterCard and major banks have agreed to pay at least $6 billion to millions of merchants to end a dispute over card fees.

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    In the hunt for yields, “Mad Money” host Jim Cramer points out that not all dividends are created equal.

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    Take a look at some of Thursday's midday movers:

  • Stocks eased off their worst levels in the final hour of trading, but still finished firmly in the red Friday on the heels of a disappointing June government jobs report.

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