Sam Duncan appears to be righting the ship at Supervalu. At the end of his first year as president and CEO of the Minneapolis-based wholesaler, sales were up nearly 1% — with positive same-store sales in the retail segment for the first time since 2008 — and earnings were positive. “We accomplished a great deal this past year,” Duncan told industry analysts — “stabilizing the company, giving it a strong sense of direction, installing a new management team ...
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