MELBOURNE, Australia -- Coles Myer here, Australia's second largest supermarket operator, said it has split its 12 retail businesses into two operating divisions and named Dennis Eck to head its "basic needs" division. Eck, formerly managing director of supermarkets, has been given the new title of group managing director of basic needs, with responsibility for 510 Coles and Bi-Lo supermarkets, 809 Liquor Land liquor stores, 163 Kmart hardlines variety stores, 222 Red Rooster fast-food ...
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