Supermarket executives near retirement age -- or younger executives who like to plan ahead -- may be able to reap greater long-term financial rewards if they diversify their holdings rather than tying up their net worth primarily in company stock. At least that's been the experience of a handful of retired managers interviewed by SN, who rolled their supermarket holdings into other investments and said they are glad they did. William Morgan, who retired two years ago at age 58 as vice ...
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