CHARLOTTE AMALIE, St. Thomas -- Hurricane Marilyn flattened a Grand Union store here in the U.S. Virgin Islands and also damaged all five Pueblo stores there. The 30,000-square-foot Grand Union is leased by a holding company operated by New York-based Red Apple Cos. John Catsimatidis, chairman and chief executive officer of Red Apple, estimated the loss at about $1 million in fixtures and inventory. Ironically, that store, and another Grand Union in St. Croix, were scheduled to be sold to ...

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