BERKELEY, Calif. — Andronico's Community Markets here said Monday it has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection and is seeking debtor-in-possession financing that would allow it to sell the company to a private investment group that would keep its seven Northern California stores in operation. "This is a bittersweet moment in our history," Bill Andronico, president and chief executive officer of the family-owned business, said. "We have struggled mightily to keep going, but the ...
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