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February 4, 2013
08:35 EDTOMX, SVUSuperValu says Sam K. Duncan installed as CEO, effective immediately
SUPERVAL announced that Sam K. Duncan will become president and CEO, effective immediately. In this role he succeeds Wayne Sales, who has served as the companyís president and CEO since July 2012. Last month, SUPERVALU announced an agreement with AB Acquisition LLC to sell five of its retail banners as well as enter into an agreement with Symphony Investors LLC to conduct a tender offer for up to 30% of SUPERVALUís outstanding common stock at a purchase price of $4.00 per share in cash. Both AB Acquisition LLC and Symphony Investors LLC are Cerberus Capital Management-led entities. SUPERVALU had previously announced that Duncan would assume the role of president and CEO closing of the transaction. Sales oversaw SUPERVALUís review of strategic alternatives, and as executive chairman, will continue to have oversight over the completion of the transaction. At the closing of the transaction, Robert Miller, current president and CEO of Albertsons LLC, will become SUPERVALUís non-executive chairman. Duncan most recently served from 2005-2011 as chairman, CEO and president of OfficeMax (OMX).
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December 19, 2014
16:23 EDTSVUSupervalu to provide distribution, transition services to Haggen
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16:08 EDTSVUSafeway, Albertsons confirm agreements to sell 168 stores to four buyers
AB Acquisition LLC and Safeway (SWY) announced that they have entered into agreements, subject to approval by the Federal Trade Commission to sell 168 stores across eight states to four buyers: Associated Food Stores will purchase eight stores in Montana and Wyoming; Associated Wholesale Grocers / Minyards will purchase 12 stores in Texas; SUPERVALU (SVU) will purchase two stores in Washington; and Haggen will purchase 146 stores across Arizona, California, Nevada, Oregon and Washington. Divestiture of these stores is being undertaken in order to secure FTC clearance of the companies' proposed merger, which was announced in March and is expected to close in January 2015. The purchase agreements with the four buyers are all subject to approval by the FTC. Under the terms of the purchase agreements, the buyers will acquire the stores, equipment and inventory, and they intend to hire most, if not all, of the store employees upon the closing of the purchase of the stores.
December 9, 2014
10:23 EDTSVUOn The Fly: Analyst Downgrade Summary
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06:23 EDTSVUSupervalu downgraded after share outperformance at Oppenheimer
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05:54 EDTSVUSupervalu downgraded to Perform from Outperform at Oppenheimer
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