PHOENIX, Ariz. -- Rojon Hasker took an entry-level job at a Safeway store in Alaska 28 years ago so she could afford to make payments on a car she was hoping to buy. In October, Hasker, 43, was named president of Safeway's division here -- the chain's first female division president. "Like most people in this business, I went to work for Safeway in a part-time position to make ends meet," she told SN. "I certainly didn't see it as a long-term career. "The perception of the food industry ...
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