NEW YORK -- U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Robert D. Drain last week ruled to transfer Winn-Dixie Stores' Chapter 11 bankruptcy case from here to a court near the retailer's headquarters in Jacksonville, Fla. The ruling represented a victory for a number of Winn-Dixie creditors -- including product vendors and local utilities -- who argued the case should be heard where Winn-Dixie conducts its business, and came against the wishes of some institutional creditors, including the lender-dominated ...

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