The Southern California  market could be in for a big shake-up over the next few years — one not necessarily attributable to an earthquake. While the competitive nature of the market has been fairly rational for several years, observers said several factors could bring about significant changes, including the change in ownership of Albertsons, the pending disposition of Tesco’s Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Markets, the anticipated entry of more dollar stores into the ...

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