A flurry of high-profile retirements yielded new leadership at a number of supermarket companies this year, with some successors moving up the ranks when family members passed the torch to younger generations. Some executives left their companies to tackle new challenges. And a few added titles when their companies refocused their goals, were sold off or were restructured. In January, Robert A. Mariano, president and chief operating officer of Dominick's Finer Foods, Northlake, Ill., was ...
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