Sir James Goldsmith, 64 Goldsmith, whose company once owned Grand Union Co., Wayne, N.J., and other supermarket chains, died July 19 at his home near Malaga in southern Spain. He was 64 and had been battling pancreatic cancer, said a friend of the family. Goldsmith, a citizen of both the United Kingdom and France, was chairman and president of Generale Occidentale, a holding company based here, and was known as a cunning corporate raider who amassed a personal fortune of $2.5 billion ...

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