MINNEAPOLIS — From the store floor to the corporate boardroom, Supervalu has embarked on a mission to create an inclusive environment where women and minorities have an opportunity for advancement, according to the company's chairman and chief executive officer, Jeff Noddle. Speaking here last week at a conference sponsored by the Chicago-based Network of Executive Women, Noddle pointed out that the company's 14-member board has three women and three minorities, making it one of the most ...

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