MONTVALE, N.J. — Ron Burkle, who is heading an effort to buy A&P out of bankruptcy and is in line to be its next chairman, met Monday with leaders of the unions representing workers at the chain, offering assurances that his experience and their contributions could make the company great again. Sources present at the meeting in Newark, N.J., said Burkle was light on specific details but provided a shot of confidence for organized workers considering what one union president described ...
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