David Dillon plans to retire as Kroger's CEO at year-end but continue as chairman through 2014, the company says. Dillon, who has led Kroger through a decade of growth, will be replaced by Chief Operating Officer Rodney McMullen, who will oversee completion of the company's acquisition of Harris Teeter Supermarkets.
Kroger CEO Dillon plans retirement before 2014
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