Congress last week was debating executive pay packages for leaders of failed financial firms in the wake of the recent banking crises, but supermarkets have been struggling with their own compensation issues related to the economy as well. Long before the recent failure of some Wall Street investment firms, the economic slowdown and the decline in the housing market that accompanied it have put some unusual wrinkles into the traditional recruitment, compensation and retention efforts of ...

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