WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — The judge in A&P’s Chapter 11 bankruptcy case in a hearing here Tuesday approved a $750 million exit financing plan for the retailer. The approval paves the way for A&P to operate as a privately held company after exiting Chapter 11 as soon as next month. The financing package consists of a $400 million revolving loan and a $350 million term loan from J.P. Morgan Chase and Credit Suisse. In related news, several parties filed objections to ...

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