Key development: Assumed top spot at Wakefern. What's next: Dealing with leadership transition, competitive challenges. Joseph S. Colalillo practically grew up in a grocery store. So when it came time for the 43-year-old, second-generation Wakefern member to take the helm of the country's largest supermarket co-operative in May, he did so without reservation. "I'm absolutely prepared," said Colalillo, who succeeded Thomas Infusino after Infusino's 34-year tenure in the role. "I've been ...

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