NEW YORK -- Grand Union Co., Wayne, N.J., has been reincarnated into a "maniacally customer focused" company that is "paranoid about becoming an efficient, low-cost operator," said Chairman Roger Stangeland in a presentation here. Grand Union, which emerged from Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last summer, has developed a three-year-long strategic plan that focuses on improving its overall business processes as well as the public's perceptions of the chain, Stangeland said. The ...

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