PLEASANTON, Calif. — Safeway on Tuesday sought to clarify its pension liabilities after an analyst on Monday cited its underfunded obligations in a report downgrading the retailer’s stock. Safeway said its multiemployer pension contributions “continue to be a manageable issue, are being handled well by all parties involved in collective bargaining and will continue to be an important part of future negotiations.” Safeway said it had shared information on the ...

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