MONTVALE, N.J. — A newly revised financial projection for A&P here predicts the company will still be showing a net loss by 2016, but EBITDA would rise to more than $300 million behind higher sales and more productive stores. The projected figures — which the company stressed were subject to numerous contingencies — were disclosed as part of a revised disclosure statement filed with U.S. Bankruptcy Court this week. Previous filings did not disclose profits. The ...
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