MONTVALE, N.J. -- A&P here said last week it expects to achieve earnings per share of 80 to 90 cents in fiscal 2002, in contrast to its fiscal 2001 earnings of 2 cents per share, excluding one-time expenses and gains. Speaking during a conference call with analysts following the release of the company's results for the fourth quarter and year ended Feb. 23, Mitch Goldstein, chief financial officer, said that the company's report of its financial results for the year was complicated by ...

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