Two armies in the battle for the Northeast received much needed ammunition in 2005, when Montvale, N.J.-based A&P finally monetized its lucrative Canadian division and Carteret, N.J.-based Pathmark found itself in the hands of wealthy new investors intent on effecting a turnaround. 05 with new management teams and new optimism. In between, there was plenty of drama as the strategies revealed themselves. Pathmark encountered difficultly keeping profits up in 2004 amid commodity cost ...

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