NEW YORK -- Sloan's Supermarkets here is considering ways to expand its revenue base, including acquiring stores held privately by the chain's chairman and managing a chain of supermarkets in Argentina, the company's shareholders were told at last week's annual meeting. John Catsimatidis, chairman of Sloan's, an 11-unit public company, said the operator is considering acquiring up to 40 stores from the privately held Red Apple Cos. operation, whose chairman is also Catsimatidis, the majority ...
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