WASHINGTON -- Two prominent supermarket executives, Ron Burkle and John Catsimatidis, were among donors to the Democratic National Committee who stayed overnight at the White House, according to a list published in The New York Times. arge share of Smith's Food & Drug Centers, Salt Lake City. Catsimatidis, whose two donations totaled $82,000, is chairman, president and chief executive officer of Red Apple Cos., New York, operator of Sloan's Supermarkets, New York. He told SN his ...

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