MONTVALE, N.J. — Food Emporium is primarily a Manhattan-based gourmet format, and as such it operates in a world of its own, said Eric Claus, president and chief executive officer of A&P, which owns the chain. That world of late is dominated by news of financial crisis on Wall Street, where analysts said a loss of 35,000 jobs is possible. Claus sees a slightly different shopping dynamic at work in Manhattan, compared with other high-income markets where the company does business. ...

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