WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — Add an executive bonus program to the list of things that need fixing at A&P. The judge in the retailer's Chapter 11 bankruptcy case last week approved a short-term incentive program for some salaried employees but sent the retailer's top executives back to the drawing board. The decision to split the $6.5 million Key Employee Incentive Plan (KEIP) simultaneously satisfied and disappointed both A&P and its creditors. Sam Martin, A&P's chief executive ...

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