CAMBRIDGE, Mass. -- The prospective new owners of Star Market Co. here plan to accelerate the chain's expansion in the next few years, Henry Nasella, the incoming chairman, president and chief executive officer, said. "Star hasn't grown and expanded rapidly in the recent past, and this will dramatically change in the years ahead," Nasella said. As reported, American Stores Co., Salt Lake City, signed a definitive agreement earlier this month to sell its 33-unit Star Market division to ...

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