US: Pension costs lead Kroger to Q4 loss

By Michelle Russell | 2 March 2012

Pension-related costs led Kroger to make a loss in the fourth quarter of its financial year, offsetting an increase in sales.

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Pension-related costs led Kroger to make a loss in the fourth quarter of its financial year, offsetting an increase in sales.

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