Supervalu will continue to play defense unless it divests some of its retail properties, according to analysts at the 15th annual SN analysts' roundtable. “I think Supervalu would like to see itself as a smaller company,” Neil Currie, executive director at UBS. New York, said. Besides divesting individual stores, “it would also like to sell all of Shaw's and Acme if possible — moves that would certainly be transformational from a balance-sheet perspective.” Gary Giblen, executive vice ...
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