WAYNE, N.J. -- An aggressive price promotion helped lift same-store sales for Grand Union Co. here 0.4% in the fourth quarter ended March 30 -- only the second such increase since first-quarter 1992 -- though they dipped 0.9% for the year. slight gains by new stores, the company said. Grand Union reported a net loss of $29.3 million ($2.93 per share) in the quarter, which included a provision of $2.5 million relating to the company's reorganization, compared with a net loss of $45.9 ...
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