MONTVALE, N.J. — Christian Haub understood A&P history, but in the end he could not escape it. A&P’s executive chairman could count at least two occasions when he helped to save his company from ruin — in the 1980s when he was a part of a new ownership group that revived a moribund franchise behind a “Proud New Feeling,” and again in 2005, when the spectacular sale of its Canadian operations kick-started an era that was to have brought industry-leading store innovations and a ...
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