For some former high-level industry executives, the end of one career is just the beginning of another. As the massive Baby Boomer segment of the population approaches retirement, and as companies like Supervalu undergo restructuring, more and more supermarket executives are exploring life after food retailing. For some, that means becoming industry consultants, for others it means starting their own businesses, and for many it means being able to schedule more time with family after ...

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