The supermarket industry employs more than 3 million people. So the odds of any one individual starting as a youth in store-level work and rising to the top of the industry are exceedingly long. Given that, how long are the odds that three brothers who started in their hometown of Omaha, Neb., as high-school-aged store workers at an independent would each rise to topside positions? The odds are so long they defy calculation. But somehow it all came through for the three Noddle brothers, ...
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