MINNEAPOLIS — Supervalu here on Tuesday said it would cut an estimated 1,100 jobs in the wake of its sale of its largest retail chains. The reductions include both current positions and open jobs that will not be filled. The final dates for the affected employees vary. “The decision to reduce our workforce, although difficult because of the impacts to our people, is the necessary next step in the rebuilding of our business,” said Sam Duncan, Supervalu’s newly ...

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