MINNEAPOLIS - Supervalu here said last week it is in the process of determining how to align its infrastructure and top-level management teams with those of Albertsons, while analysts expressed concern about the company's momentum heading into the acquisition. Citing several one-time charges, the company, which is acquiring Albertsons' best-performing assets, posted a sharp decline in earnings for the 12-week period that ended Feb. 25 amid weak same-store sales results. Jeff Noddle, ...

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