WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. — Creditors in the A&P bankruptcy case have dismissed the retailer's proposed short-term employee incentive plan as a "Band-Aid" that should be shelved until the company presents a compelling business plan. As reported previously in SN, A&P asked the court for permission to enact a plan rewarding certain salaried employees up to $6.8 million in total for hitting targeted same-store sales and margin levels over a six-month period. Creditors criticized it for ...
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