SCARBOROUGH, Maine — William Homa, Hannaford Bros.' longtime chief information officer, will be leaving the 165-store company July 1, Hannaford said. A successor at the Delhaize-owned chain has not yet been named. “We are actively working on a transition,” said Michael Norton, company spokesman. Homa told SN that he's “looking to work for another retailer and help them build a world-class supply chain and IT infrastructure.” Homa, who joined Hannaford as CIO in 1996, has helped the chain ...

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