BOISE, Idaho -- Albertson's here said last week it is in the process of marketing the 165 underperforming stores it intends to divest or close but has no plans to make a list of those locations public. However, the company will release information on stores that will close -- and that would have closed anyway -- in the course of an average year, Ertharin Cousin Moore, senior vice president, public relations and government affairs, told SN. Albertson's announced in mid-July it will close ...

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