PHILADELPHIA — Ahold will accelerate its investment in online shopping and has added “three promises” to its “six pillars” growth strategy, officials at the retailer’s annual Capital Markets Days here said last week. The retailer, which operates the Stop & Shop, Giant-Landover and Giant-Carlisle chains and the Peapod Internet shopping platform, also said it would also step up an existing cost savings program as it fights improve efficiency amid ...

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