CHICAGO -- As another chapter begins in the peculiar saga of Dominick's Finer Foods, industry observers cheered the appointment of the chain's new president even as they were puzzled by the departure of his predecessor. Then there's the question of what it all will eventually mean for Dominick's, the chain acquired by Pleasanton, Calif.-based Safeway in 1998, only to see it hemorrhage sales and market share and nearly be sold as damaged goods a year ago. The incoming president, veteran ...
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