SUNBURY, Pa. -- A family disagreement about the future direction of Weis Markets here went public last week in the form of a Securities and Exchange Commission filing. One faction, no longer involved with the day-to-day management of the company, said Weis Markets should pursue ways of maximizing shareholder value, including a possible business combination or merger transaction. The other faction, the current company management, says it is willing to talk with the dissidents, but insists ...
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