PLEASANTON, Calif. — Safeway’s decision to sell its Dominick’s division in Chicago is apparently one more step in a concerted turnaround strategy to gain more financial traction, industry observers told SN last week — with the possibility of more asset sales to come. With the divestiture of Genuardi’s last year, the pending sale of Safeway Canada and the current effort to sell the Chicago stores, “it’s clear Safeway hopes to gain traction,” ...
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