After the news of Cerberus Capital Management's agreement to purchase Safeway became public in March, SN's Elliot Zwiebach investigated the top 10 key markets for overlap between Safeway and Albertsons.  While there aren't planned store closures, Zwiebach wrote, "Almost certainly, however, there will be divestitures forced upon the companies by federal and perhaps local antitrust authorities." Of the 10 key markets, San Diego and the Oxnard-Ventura counties had the ...

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