INDIANAPOLIS - It hasn't turned into a bidding war yet, but competing offers for Marsh Supermarkets here have at least escalated to a full-blown financial catfight. Less than a month after Marsh agreed to be acquired by an affiliate of Sun Capital Partners, Boca Raton, Fla., for about $88 million, another bidder has proposed offering nearly $20 million more. Real estate investor Cardinal Paragon, Dallas, and a fund called Drawbridge Special Opportunities Advisors, an affiliate of New ...
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