JERRY GOLUB, who takes over for his cousin Neil Golub as chief executive officer of Price Chopper Supermarkets this week, begins his tenure on a cautious note. While he sees some signs of economic improvement, Price Chopper’s success will depend on its ability to execute in difficult times as unemployment continues to be a concern and inflation remains difficult to predict. To this end he expects “steady growth in sales and profits” for 2012. “We are ...
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