Tag Archives: SUPERVALU

Save-A-Lot Sale Generates-A-Lot Of Cash For SuperValu

It’s no surprise that many recently announced spinoffs have been abandoned in favor of outright sales. Possible reasons include the fact that numerous industries are suffering from a lack of organic growth or the fact that these bite size carve out pieces are more easily acquired. Oh yeah, it also helps when acquirers toss around rich valuations. The… Read More »

SuperValu’s Save-A-Lot Spinoff To Cost-Shareholders-A-Lot

Supermarket operator SuperValu (SVU) revealed some new details this week about the potential spinoff of its discount operator Save-A-Lot in an amendment to its initial Form 10 filing. The big news is that instead of a tax free spinoff of ~80% of the company, shareholders will only receive 60% of the company and as a result, the spinoff will be… Read More »

How Much Longer Will Albertson’s Be A Supervalu?

Supervalu (SVU) is one of America’s largest grocery chains, but it only became so with its 2006 purchase of over 2,000 Albertson’s stores. Prior to that, Supervalu had been primarily a wholesale business, and it continues to remain a large grocery wholesaler. Yesterday, the stock plummeted after hours when the company reported declining earnings, suspended its dividend, suspended… Read More »

Phillips 66 To Be Added To S&P 500 After April 30 Spin

After the close of business on April 30, Phillips 66(PSX) will be distributed to shareholders of ConocoPhillips(COP).  Phillips 66 will receive refining, marketing, midstream and chemicals businesses from the integrated oil company. ConocoPhillips shareholders will receive 1 share of the new Phillips66 for every 2 shares they own. At the same time, the new Phillips 66 will join… Read More »