Investments in pricing, a shift toward decentralization, and efficiencies in wholesaling are beginning to pay dividends for the reconstituted Supervalu, analysts said. The Minneapolis-based company, which last year returned to its former incarnation as a three-legged entity — wholesale distributor, regional chain operator and Save-A-Lot licensor — showed some signs that it was starting to turn its business around after struggling for years under the weight of its 2006 Albertsons ...

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