Mother Goose notwithstanding, Robert "Bob" Miller has managed to put Humpty Dumpty back together again. That feat was accomplished after a partnership headed by Cerberus Capital Management, New York, purchased 877 Albertsons stores from Supervalu in March — seven years after the same partnership acquired the underperforming Albertsons stores when the chain was split in 2006. The deal earlier this year left Miller as chairman and chief executive officer of more than ...

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