MINNEAPOLIS—Supervaluhere on Wednesday said it has taken a pre-tax charge of $907 million for the write-down of goodwill and intangible asset impairment in the fiscal third quarter, leading the company to post a loss of $750 million for the period. When adjusted for the non-cash charges, which totaled $800 million after taxes, the company said its earnings would have been $50 million for the 12-week period, which ended Dec. 3. Sales totaled $8.3 billion, down ...
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