When a major company in this industry, or any other, fails, there's a lot of obvious damage that occurs. Chief among it is that capital creation ceases and the employment of many people comes to an end. In addition to that proximate effect there's a lot of ancillary damage, and that damage may be just as serious, in the aggregate, as that experienced by those who ran and worked for the failed company. That's especially true if the failed company is a wholesale grocery distributor, a style ...

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