MONTVALE, N.J. -- The judge in A&P's federal bankruptcy case on Monday approved a plan for the company to seek to emerge from Chapter 11 early next year behind a $490 million going-private transaction headed by Yucaipa Cos. Creditors could vote on the plan next month. Although a labor deal underpinning the transaction had not been reached after weekend negotiations, a spokesman for a local chapter of the United Food and Commercial Workers told SN Monday that unions would seek to present ...

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