JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Holders of bonds issued by Winn-Dixie Stores here huddled last week in hopes of forming an ad hoc committee to represent their interests in the event the retailer continues to struggle. Q Investments, a Fort Worth, Texas-based investment firm that holds around one-third of Winn-Dixie's $300 million in debt, in a conference call urged bondholders "to get together and speak in a unified voice" to Winn-Dixie management. Scott McCarty of Q Investments, who hosted the call, ...

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