BRAMPTON, Ontario — Loblaw Cos.'s new president, in his first public statements since talking over Canada's largest grocer, vowed to stay the course of predecessor Allen Leighton — at least for now. “I have had an in-depth look at our business and have thoroughly reviewed our strategy and plans,” Trius, who joined Loblaw three months ago, said in a conference call last week. “Our strategy is the right one. Its foundation is strong and we have a solid base to build from.” When asked by an ...
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