Excitement has been building as Publix Super Markets prepares to enter its first new market in more than 10 years. And no one is looking forward to the occasion more than CEO Ed Crenshaw. “Having experienced relatively slow growth over the last few years, this decision has provided energy and excitement throughout Publix,” Crenshaw said of the 1,071-store chain’s imminent arrival in North Carolina in early 2014. “Decisions like this require careful study and a ...
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