WAYNE, N.J. -- Grand Union Co. here last week was anticipating a $75 million loan from a pair of new investors that would provide some breathing room to get its operations back in shape. While the company declined to confirm that the cash infusion was forthcoming, a spokesman for one of the chain's equity investors said last week negotiations with the potential new investors were likely to reach a positive conclusion at any time. Grand Union officials did indicate last week the company ...

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