MONTVALE, N.J. -- While the recent executive promotions and restructuring at A&P indicate a vote of confidence in its ongoing turnaround effort, they also signal the gravity of its financial situation, analysts told SN. A&P, based here, has unveiled a series of senior appointments combining its corporate and U.S. operating management in a unified structure. Under the new arrangement, the former U.S. division president, Brian Piwek, was named president and chief operating officer of ...

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