MONTVALE, N.J. -- A&P here said last week it had a profitable third quarter excluding one-time charges, a development that could lead to a break-even year, demonstrating concretely the positive effects of the company's long-term restructuring efforts. After charges relating to A&P's previously announced intention to close 39 underperforming stores, the company posted a net loss of $92.4 million for the 12-week quarter, ending Dec. 1. However, Christian Haub, chief executive ...
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