CINCINNATI — Kroger Co. has no interest in centralizing its operations, as one shareholder suggested it do at last week's annual shareholder's meeting here, “but we are moving down a path that will change our structure,” David Dillon, chairman and chief executive officer, told attendees.
“We want to increase the strength of our organization closer to the customer, which is what we do at the division and zone offices, and we also want to improve support from the general organization. So we ...
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