LAKELAND, Fla. — Charlie Jenkins Jr. will retire from his role as chief executive officer at Publix Super Markets on March 29, 2008, the retailer here said Wednesday. Ed Crenshaw, currently Publix’s president, will assume CEO duties at that time, and Todd Jones, currently senior vice president of product business development, will assume Crenshaw’s role as president. Jenkins, who served as CEO since 2001, will remain a member of the retailer’s board of directors, and take over as chairman of ...

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