Safeway is no longer the company it was just nine months ago, and it is continuing to evolve. Less than a year after Steve Burd retired as chairman, president and CEO, Safeway has sold off its Canadian division, discontinued its Dominick’s operation in Chicago and initiated a variety of operational changes while possibly considering further asset sales — all part of the company’s commitment to increase shareholder value under Robert Edwards, Burd’s successor as ...
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