OKLAHOMA CITY -- Fleming Cos. here said last week it will appeal a court ruling that grants shareholders the right to take a binding vote on the distributor's anti-takeover share-rights plan. tion of future plans without shareholder approval. The lawsuit that led to last week's ruling was filed in September by the International Brotherhood of Teamsters -- whose pension fund owns 113,000 Fleming shares -- after Fleming turned down the union's request to include the proposal at its 1997 ...

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