How unusual is it that a supermarket company founded by an entrepreneur 75 years ago is still operated by members of the third generation of the founder's family? Well, like all rhetorical questions, the answer to that is impossible to ascertain, but suffice it to say that much happens to a family-owned business in the course of 75 years. Typically, by the time the second generation of a company concludes its tour of duty, things start to fragment. Many families, at that point, comprise a ...
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