C&S TO REVIVE GRAND UNION BANNER AT TOPS SITES which acquired 12 Tops Markets in upstate New York from Ahold earlier this year, plans to operate them under the Grand Union banner -- the same banner they flew before Ahold, Tops' parent company, acquired them in 2001. C&S has rights to the Grand Union name through GU Holdings, an affiliate formed in 2001 to acquire 185 Grand Union stores when that company auctioned off its stores as part of a Chapter 11 bankruptcy filing. C&S kept ...

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