NEW YORK -- John Catsimatidis, chairman and chief executive officer of the Red Apple Group here, operator of supermarkets under the Sloan's and Gristedes banners, attracted considerable attention from the New York press last week. her 'Library Pardon."' Inside, an article said Catsimatidis, widely known as a contributor to Democratic Party causes and candidates, had been part of the lobbying effort that secured a pardon for William Fugazy from President Clinton. Fugazy, a former limousine ...

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