MONTVALE, N.J. — Labor unions representing workers at A&P last week moved closer to a settlement with the retailer while a judge overseeing the retailer's Chapter 11 bankruptcy case set a Dec. 15 date to vote on a plan of reorganization. A new labor deal — or a renegotiation of current contracts — is crucial to the proposed $490 million offer to take A&P out of bankruptcy early next year. Around 92% of A&P's employees are represented by one of 34 collective bargaining ...

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