CHICAGO -- When a sudden liquidity crisis struck Internet grocer Peapod here this spring, dozens of companies expressed interest, but only one -- Dutch supermarket operator Ahold -- came up with a potential solution. In a filing with the Securities and Exchange Commission last week, Peapod and its New York-based financial advisor, Wasserstein Perella, revealed details about the events surrounding Peapod's crisis and its last-minute rescue by Ahold. Peapod shareholders will vote on Ahold's ...

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