MINNEAPOLIS -- Nash Finch's warnings about its financial condition, the resignation of its auditors and the investigation into its accounting practices by the Securities and Exchange Commission might all be a lot more smoke than fire, analysts and others in the industry told SN last week. On Feb. 7 the company said it could violate its loan covenants, face liquidity issues, and be delisted from Nasdaq if the SEC does not agree that its accounting methods have been proper, if the SEC's ...
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