MINNEAPOLIS — Supervalu on Wednesday said its board of directors would seek strategic alternatives including the sale of all or parts of the company while announcing sweeping plans to slash expenses and capital spending after first quarter financial results fell well below expectations. The retailer said it would reduce fiscal 2013 capital expenditures from earlier estimates of $675 million to $450 to $500 million and seek additional operating expense cuts of $250 million over the ...

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