Albertsons is back on the national scene and beginning to assert its power. Once the industry’s second largest conventional chain, Albertsons is approaching next year’s 75th anniversary as a single entity again, with more than 1,100 stores and sales estimated at $23 billion — and it is poised to get even bigger. Despite widespread speculation to the contrary, Bob Miller, the chain’s chief executive officer, told SN Albertsons has no plans to divest any of its banners ...

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