Shoppers weren't the only ones walking in and out of supermarkets' revolving doors. Grocery executives used those doors, some leaving companies they had been with for years. Other executives stepped aside when their family-owned companies were taken over by nonfamily members, while some rose to new heights within their companies. After resigning from his positions as president and chief operating officer of Big V Supermarkets, Florida, N.Y., in November 1994, Stuart A. Rosenthal accepted ...

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