MONTVALE, N.J. — A&P on Friday said recent remarks attributed to an executive at its Germany-based co-owner were taken out of context. Press reports last week quoted Karl Erivan Haub, a partner of A&P’s majority shareholder the Tengelmann Group and the brother of A&P Executive Chairman Christian Haub, saying that A&P was in “troubled waters” and “needs to be combined with another, bigger company.” In a prepared statement Friday, Christian Haub said: “Recent press reports on ...
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