Despite Publix Super Markets posting record earnings in fiscal 2010, Ed Crenshaw is by no means resting on his laurels. Instead, the unassuming chief executive officer is aggressively ridding the company of distractions to its service-oriented grocery business. Earlier this year, the chain exited the convenience care health clinic segment with the closure of the 40 Little Clinics in Florida and Georgia that it had hosted for the previous five years. Also on the chopping block was its ...

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