PARIS -- Carrefour here last week said its chairman and chief executive officer, Daniel Bernard, would be leaving the company after a 13-year tenure at the helm of the world's second-largest retailer, according to media reports. led in its effort to meet earnings expectations last fall. The multinational supermarket and hypermarket operator, which generated $64.7 billion in sales last year from 10,700 stores in more than 30 countries, elevated its chief financial officer, Jose Luis Duran, ...

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