MILAN, Ill. -- Eagle Food Centers here said last week it plans to seek bankruptcy court approval later this week to establish bidding procedures for the sale of "substantially all" of its operating assets. It will also seek the court's OK to close nine of its 59 stores by the end of July, when the company's second quarter ends. Chuck Cerankosky, an analyst with McDonald Investments, Cleveland, told SN Eagle's ability to find buyers for its stores may depend in ...
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