One of the challenges confronting the independent sector of supermarket retailing has to do with the continuation of business. In many instances, the ownership of an independently owned supermarket, or group of supermarkets, is in the hands of a family. The issue of business continuation arises when it's time for one generation to retire from the business and the next to take over. It frequently happens that the founding generation successfully passes management to the next, but by the time ...

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