Price Chopper Supermarkets on Wednesday eliminated 80 positions in the company, citing a need to improve efficiency amid rising expenses. The cuts were made through a combination of attrition and incumbent positions, and include management, field, clerical and administrative support, the Schenectady, N.Y.-based retailer said. Store-level positions were not impacted. “Operating a retail business that lives on narrow margins and employs 22,000 people has become increasingly more ...

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