MAHWAH, N.J. -- A&P's resurgence will rely heavily on the results of its ambitious superstore development program, Christian Haub, president and co-chief executive officer, said last week at the company's annual meeting here. Haub, who will become the company's sole CEO about the close of the current fiscal year, said A&P has set 150 new superstores by the year 2000, a plan that will keep the company's comeback on course. "New stores will be the lifeblood of our success over the ...

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