SYRACUSE, N.Y. - The mysteries of post-bankruptcy Penn Traffic here continued last week when chief executive officer Bob Chapman abruptly resigned and the company assigned two men to replace him. Gregory J. Young and Bob Panasuk were named co-chief operating officers. It was unclear last week whether Penn Traffic would initiate a search for a new CEO. Chapman, a 38-year veteran of Penn Traffic, served as CEO since 2004 but took what some sources called "early retirement" last week. What, ...

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