PLEASANTON, Calif. -- Safeway here is making a deliberate effort to encourage female employees with ambition to move up the corporate ladder to achieve their goals through a formalized mentoring program, according to Larree Renda, the company's top female executive. Renda is executive vice president, retail operations, human resources, public affairs and labor and government relations -- one of four EVP's positioned just below Steve Burd, the chain's chairman, president and chief executive ...

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