CHICAGO — Moo & Oink, the four-store chain here, has been placed in Chapter 7 bankruptcy for liquidation, according to reports. First Midwest Bank, the chain's biggest creditor, said it planned to ask the court for permission to take over the Moo & Oink stores in order to sell them, the Chicago Sun-Times reported. Creditors, owed more than $3.3 million, had been seeking to force the chain in bankruptcy. The Sun-Times said a group of investors was still seeking to take over the ...

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