CASH IS PAID, STOCK IS PLAYED, TATTLER HAS STRAYED

As is so often the case, the passage of time lends clarity to what previously seemed mysterious.What's coming into focus now is a reason the beleaguered A&P opted to sell its chief moneymaking asset, the Canadian division.As was mentioned in this space nearly a year ago, it's unusual that a company would sell its best asset. Typically, a company turns around by selling underperforming assets to support

As is so often the case, the passage of time lends clarity to what previously seemed mysterious.

What's coming into focus now is a reason the beleaguered A&P opted to sell its chief moneymaking asset, the Canadian division.

As was mentioned in this space nearly a year ago, it's unusual that a company would sell its best asset. Typically, a company turns around by selling underperforming assets to support beefing up its most profitable properties. Nevertheless, last Ju

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