ZAANDAM, Netherlands -- Ahold here said last week it intends to sell its remaining U.S. convenience store operations, a decision that could foreshadow the sale or closure of some U.S. supermarkets by the company, industry analysts told SN. Ahold also said it is moving its U.S. headquarters' operations from Chantilly, Va., to an undisclosed location in the Boston area, effective in July. The analysts said this relocation, along with the previously announced combination of back-office ...

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