AMSTERDAM — Ahold here last week said it has reorganized its business in the U.S. and Europe to better focus on local market nuances and growth opportunities. The company divided its Stop & Shop operations into two divisions based on geography — Stop & Shop New England and Stop & Shop Metro New York — creating a total of four U.S. divisions, including Giant-Landover and Giant-Carlisle. Carl Schlicker, who had been chief executive officer of Stop & Shop and Giant-Landover, ...

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