SEAWAY FOOD TOWN, Maumee, Ohio, said it has amended its articles of incorporation so that a simple majority of directors and shareholders, rather than a unanimous vote by the board and a two-thirds majority of shareholders, will be required to approve a merger or similar transaction. Richard B. Iott, president and chief executive officer, said the company has not received any such offers, nor is it soliciting such offers from anyone at the present time. He said the amendments were made "to ...

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