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Topic - Hannaford Bros. Co.
Hannaford is an American supermarket chain based in Scarborough, Maine. Founded in 1883, Hannaford now operates more than 175 stores in New England and upstate New York. Formerly known as Shop 'N' Save, Hannaford is owned by the American subsidiary of the Belgian Delhaize Group, Delhaize America, which owns over 1,500 stores along the Eastern Seaboard, mostly in the Mid-Atlantic US. - Source: Wikipedia
In a story May 8 about two appointments to the board of L.L. Bean, The Associated Press erroneously reported their job titles before joining the company. Hugh Farrington was chief executive officer of Hannaford Brothers, not chief financial officer, and Matthew Moellering is chief operating officer of Express Inc., not chief financial officer.
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