MINNEAPOLIS — Shares of Supervalu here surged nearly 17% Thursday after the company said its outlook for the year was better than analysts expected. After reporting same-store sales declines of 6% for the recently ended year, Supervalu said it was projecting same-store sales to improve to negative 1.5% to negative 2.5% in the current fiscal year. "We've got great people in our company and I think we've had the right plan," said Craig Herkert, president and chief executive officer. "We did ...
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