MINNEAPOLIS — Supervalu last week said it would seek strategic alternatives including a potential sale of all or part of the company as part of sweeping plans to slash expenses and capital spending and increase price investments that one analyst termed a “shift to survival mode.” The changes — which included the suspension of its dividend, the withdrawal of fiscal earnings guidance and a plan to replace its current credit facilities with more flexible loans backed ...

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