CHICAGO -- The new owners of Roundy's like what they got. cash-flow structure, great customers and a lot of growth opportunities, plus the possibility of being the preeminent player in Wisconsin and regionally," Avy Stein told SN. Stein is one of the managing partners of Willis Stein & Partners, the Chicago-based private equity investment firm that acquired Roundy's last June for an undisclosed amount. Stein said his company expects to invest "well in excess of $250 million" in ...

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