When Rick Herring was promoted to president of Giant of Carlisle, Pa., late last year, he quickly found himself running not just one of the most successful and storied regional supermarket chains in the country, but two of them. The longtime financial executive at Giant-Carlisle was named to succeed Sander van der Laan, who returned to the Netherlands to accept another position with Giant's parent company, Ahold, after a year at the helm of Giant. Just a few days later, Ahold revealed that ...
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