MINNEAPOLIS — In his first quarterly address since taking the reins at a slimmed-down Supervalu, president and CEO Sam Duncan said the company would focus on decentralizing its retail banners, a new commitment to pricing at Save-A-Lot and recharging its wholesale business. In the meantime, costs associated with the sale of five banners to the Cerberus-led group of investors, along with restructuring and severance costs, led to a loss of $1.4 billion in the fiscal fourth quarter ...
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