LARCHMONT, N.Y. -- D'Agostino Supermarkets here said it expects to hit the integration trail quickly once its acquisition of Kings Super Markets is completed. "We've been developing a transition plan for the past year, and we plan to begin taking advantage of synergies as soon as possible," Nicholas D'Agostino Jr., chairman and chief executive officer, told SN last week. D'Agostino, operators of 23 stores, announced in late July it would acquire Kings, a 27-store operator based in ...
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