WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — A judge in A&P’s bankruptcy case is scheduled to consider on Monday whether the retailer should pay more than $140,000 in severance benefits to its former chief merchandising officer. Rebecca Philbert, who served that role for A&P until June of 2010, said in a court filing that A&P stopped making payments and providing health benefits as required under terms of its severance agreement with her shortly before the company filed for bankruptcy protection in ...
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