MINNEAPOLIS -- Supervalu here said last week it will close an undisclosed number of stores -- including possible exits from some markets -- and at least four distribution centers and reduce its work force by 4,500 people this year as part of a restructuring designed to position the company for growth in fiscal 2003. In announcing financial results last week for the year and fourth quarter ended Feb. 24, Supervalu said it took a net restructuring charge of $153.9 million to cover the ...

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