MILWAUKEE -- Roundy's here will remain a private company but without any public debt after a financial recapitalization that saw its major investors accept a lower dividend than they had initially sought. Sources said Wall Street responded unenthusiastically to the original plan, which called for a much larger dividend for Willis Stein & Partners, the Chicago-based investment group that formed Roundy's Acquisition Corp. to purchase the company in 2002. Company officials declined to say ...

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