CHANDLER, Ariz. -- Ike Basha's undergraduate degree in history might have come in handy had he pursued a career as a teacher. As a rising young executive in his family's supermarket company, however, he decided he needed some more practical training. Basha, who is now vice president of special projects at Bashas' here, said he was inspired to obtain his master's degree in business from Arizona State University after attending the Food Industry Management Program at the University of ...
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