TORONTO — Allan Leighton, the newly named president of Loblaw Cos. here, in a conference call yesterday unveiled adjustments to the retailer’s ongoing turnaround he said would “signal the ramping up of our recovery program, and add clarity, focus and inject much-required pace to the process.” Leighton, the deputy chairman who was named president of Loblaw in a management shakeup last week, said the retailer will focus on enhancing food and service at conventional stores in Ontario based on ...

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