PITTSBURGH — Giant Eagle here is a firm believer in giving something back to the communities that have supported its stores for 73 years. "We believe we have an obligation to give back to the communities from which we earn our living," David Shapira, chairman and chief executive officer, told SN. "We also believe strongly that the best community outreach is that of giving combined with human interaction and ongoing support, rather than one-time monetary gifts. "Any community outreach is ...

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