MONTALE, N.J. — Impending nuptials are proving to be little distraction for A&P. The retailer here last week reported its highest quarterly comparable-store sales gains in six years — results that officials said provide momentum for A&P's upcoming merger with Pathmark, while showing competitors it won't be vulnerable as that event approaches. “I am sure that people think that while we are doing Pathmark planning and integration, that they can get us off our game,” Eric Claus, chief ...

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