MODESTO, Calif. — Save Mart Supermarkets here said Friday it has eliminated 36 positions, ranging from vice presidents to clerks and affecting all corporate and support departments — as a way to reduce costs during "the continued depressed state of the economy." "As the state of the economy is unprecedented, so too are cuts of this kind in the history of Save Mart," the company said. Save Mart also said the reductions will support its continued efforts to strengthen its position in the ...
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