REHOBOTH BEACH, Del. -- A&P shareholders overwhelmingly rejected a shareholder proposal to sell the company immediately at the company's brief and sparsely attended annual meeting here last week. Shareholders also, by large margins, elected 10 directors to new terms and ratified Deloitte & Touche, New York, as independent auditor for the company. Christian Haub, A&P chairman and chief executive officer, opened the meeting by welcoming the small group of shareholders to Rehoboth ...

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