NEW YORK -- Sloan's Supermarkets here could complete plans to acquire the privately held Sloan's and Gristede's stores here by the early part of next year, according to John Catsimatidis, chairman and chief executive officer. If the deal goes through, Sloan's would become the largest supermarket chain in Manhattan, Catsimatidis said at an American Stock Exchange forum here Nov. 15. "We're working on it right now. It could be by the first quarter of next year," he said. Sloan's, a public ...

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