MINNEAPOLIS -- Nash Finch here said last week it hopes to seek shareholder approval to authorize additional shares -- possibly as a way of doing a stock split to achieve greater liquidity, one observer told SN. The company said it has filed a proxy with the Securities and Exchange Commission asking for authorization to double the number of common shares outstanding to 50 million. It said the purpose of increasing the number of outstanding shares is to provide flexibility for a variety of ...

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