With powerful investors behind it and pressure to improve upon it, A&P is poised to make some headlines, one way or another, in 2010. And Ron Marshall, who took over last week as the beleaguered retailer's new chief executive officer, hopes to bring good news. Marshall inherits A&P in the throes of one of the periodic crises that have marked it for decades. The industry's eyes will be upon him as he attempts a financial and operations turnaround at A&P, and prepares it for its ...
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