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July 10, 1998
* George Golleher, chief executive of Food 4 Less Holdings, a subsidiary that controls Ralphs and Food 4 Less grocery stores, has been named president and chief operating officer of the Portland-based parent company Fred Meyer Inc. Golleher assumes one of the titles held by Fred Meyer Chief Executive Robert G. Miller, who was promoted to the position of vice chairman. Fred Meyer is chaired by Los Angeles investor Ron Burkle.
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March 6, 2014 | By Tiffany Hsu
Albertsons parent Cerberus Capital Management is setting its sights on the grocery throne currently occupied by Kroger, buying up rival Safeway Inc. in a deal valued at more than $9 billion. Through its AB Acquisition arm, Cerberus said Safeway shareholders will receive $40 a share, including $32.50 a share in cash. Board members of Safeway, which is based in Pleasanton in Northern California, unanimously approved the transaction. The company runs the Vons and Pavilions chains in Southern California.
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October 8, 1986 | REGINALD SMITH, Times Staff Writer
Two growth-control measures on Simi Valley's Nov. 4 ballot are badly flawed and contain provisions that may be unconstitutional, according to a legal counsel for the state Assembly in an opinion sought by opponents of the initiatives. But Jennifer Shaw, the attorney largely responsible for drafting the measures, dismissed the conclusions of the state legislative counsel as "just one lawyer's opinion" that has "no force or weight" in deciding whether the measures will withstand a court challenge.
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August 25, 2006 | From the Associated Press
Seeking to keep pace with larger rivals, drugstore chain Rite Aid Corp. said Thursday that it would acquire the Eckerd and Brooks chains from their Canadian owner for about $2.6 billion in cash and stock. With its first major acquisition since a turnaround team arrived to bring the company back from the brink of bankruptcy six years ago, Rite Aid aims to compete better with Walgreen Co. and CVS Corp., the No. 1 and 2 chains by revenue.
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December 6, 1999 | DEBORA VRANA, TIMES STAFF WRITER
Ailing drugstore retailer Rite Aid Corp. is expected to announce today that it has hired both a new senior management team primarily made up of grocery store executives and a new accounting firm in an attempt to revive the troubled company and regain credibility on Wall Street. Longtime supermarket executive Robert G. Miller, 55, will become Rite Aid's new chairman and chief executive.
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September 13, 1986 | KENNETH F. BUNTING, Times Staff Writer
San Diego officials are pressuring Gov. George Deukmejian to veto a hastily drafted bill they fear would aid developers in a court challenge to Proposition A, the far-reaching anti-growth initiative approved by local voters last November. But Assemblyman Peter Chacon (D-San Diego) insists that his bill does nothing more than conform state statutes to a May state Supreme Court decision that is already law. He said the city's opposition is misdirected and "unfortunate."
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