WAYNE, N.J. -- Grand Union Co. here last week unveiled a major organizational restructuring plan that it says will save the company about $5 million and make it more responsive to the needs of individual stores. The move is another in a string of big changes Grand Union has made since emerging from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in June. Last week's plan called for: Centralizing administrative and support functions as well as forming a centralized grocery merchandising department at ...
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