CARTERET, N.J. -- Pathmark Stores here is blazing a trail for the long term. Despite widespread industry speculation over if or when Pathmark might be acquired, the chain's new top management team is planning for the long-term future by moving ahead on developing a new store prototype that will debut in 2004; improving performance at weaker stores through an executive-oversight program; implementing programs to lower costs; and keeping the stores price-competitive in one of the most ...

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