ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Furrs Supermarkets here said last week it is accepting bids for the sale of the company, although it has not made a final decision on whether to sell or reorganize. Furrs has been operating under Chapter 11 since February. In other developments: Furrs said it closed five of its 71 stores early last month to create enough liquidity -- an estimated $12 million, including other savings -- to keep going. The court approved agreements that will give Furrs' two top ...

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