MINNEAPOLIS -- It looks as though the turnaround project now under way at Nash Finch Co. here won't be trumped by a quick sale of the wholesaler. At last week's annual shareholders' meeting here, a proposal that would have called on the company's board "to arrange for the prompt sale of Nash Finch Co. to the highest bidder" was trounced by a shareholder vote. Indeed, a quick sale of Nash Finch had been under consideration by the wholesaler's management, but management rejected the idea as ...

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