David Shapira has helped many residents of Pennsylvania, Ohio, Maryland and West Virginia navigate a difficult recession. As chief executive officer of the Pittsburgh-based Giant Eagle, Shapira oversees a team that has continued to develop creative new programs that save shoppers money and keep them coming back to the company’s 242 locations. For example, in September 2009, Giant Eagle announced that it would make 10 common generic prescription antibiotics free at all of its ...

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