ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. -- Furrs Supermarkets here said last week it will meet Wednesday with several companies that placed bids to acquire the retailer to determine if it wants to proceed with a sale of the 66-store chain. uquerque with the organizations that submitted bids," the spokesman told SN. "Depending on the outcome of those meetings, a deal could be negotiated, and that deal would then be submitted to the bankruptcy court." The private meetings will constitute an auction, with bidding ...

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