MINNEAPOLIS -- In a cost-cutting move aimed at reducing its back-office system and personnel expenses at its regional operations, Supervalu, based here, has announced a "regional realignment" of resources. The move will affect "several hundred" employees who will either be relocated or lose jobs through attrition or termination, said Polly Deane, spokeswoman for Supervalu, which employs about 57,800 nationwide. The targeted functions include finance, in-store systems support, category ...

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