HARRISBURG, Pa. — Walt Tyson graduated from St. Joseph's University in 1976. And he liked it so much, he's getting ready to do it again. Tyson, the marketing manager for conventional mid-market independents in Supervalu's Eastern Region, is currently enrolled in the Executive Master's in Food Marketing program at the school, working toward an MBA. “I've been in the business for 30-plus years, and I thought now was the time,” he told SN. “I put my kids through school, so now it was my turn ...

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