HARTFORD, Conn. -- Financial executives from nine states whose public pension funds include investments in Safeway have sent a letter to the chairwoman of the chain's nominating and corporate governance committee seeking to meet with her to ensure the independence of Safeway's directors before the board selects director candidates. and financial officials in Los Angeles and New York City who together represent more than $492 million in retirement savings, including more than $127 million ...

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