MINNEAPOLIS - Supervalu here last week selected a mix of talent from within its own organization and from Albertsons' existing staff to run the combined companies as they close in on their merger. Analysts said the choices appear to support Supervalu's preference for a decentralized management structure, and they also said some of the executives will face a steep learning curve in their new posts. Jeff Noddle, Supervalu's chairman and chief executive officer, said the appointments, all of ...

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