MILWAUKEE — The largest stake in Roundy's Supermarkets here may be for sale by Willis Stein & Partners, which has owned the majority of shares in the chain since mid-2002. According to published reports, the Chicago-based investment company is trying to sell its Roundy's share following the completion earlier this month of an initial public offering at $8.50 per share. The $111 million raised in the IPO has been earmarked to pay off debt. Following the IPO, Willis ...

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