Sam Martin’s recent departure from A&P has ignited speculation that the retailer’s review of strategic alternatives is nearing some kind of conclusion. A&P announced over the summer that it had engaged investment banks to help it determine a course of action including a potential sale or recapitalization. At that time, the company acknowledged that efforts to effect a turnaround were taking root, although stores were continuing to lose money. CONNECT WITH SN ON ...

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