MONTVALE, N.J. — Christian Haub, chairman of A&P here, plans to retire from the company following the retailer’s emergence from Chapter 11 bankruptcy, a source told SN Monday. The source confirmed recent reports out of Europe saying that Tengelmann Group, the German retailing firm controlled by the Haub family, had written off its holdings in A&P and would also likely exit the company upon its reorganization. Tengelmann has been A&P’s largest shareholder since 1979. A&P is ...
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