Craig Herkert wants to make Supervalu add up to more than the sum of its parts. More than ever before, the company's chief executive officer, on the job for about a year now, is looking for synergies that help unite Supervalu's various divisions and banners. Although the company has long been a hybrid of wholesaler, traditional supermarket operator, and limited-assortment-store operator and licensor, the 2006 acquisition of Albertsons skewed the balance decidedly toward traditional ...

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