Rival Buys Safeway for Over $9 Billion

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The parent company of Albertsons is buying its rival Pleasanton-based Safeway for more than $9 billion, in a deal that experts say would reshape the supermarket industry. We get the latest on the sale, and what it means for competitors and consumers.

Guests:

Phil Lempert, editor of Supermarket News, and an analyst for over 25 years on consumer behavior and marketing trends

Mark Calvey, senior finance reporter, San Francisco Business Times

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