CHANDLER, Ariz. — Bashas’ here is contemplating opening its first new store in more than three years on the Navajo Nation, most likely in 2014, Edward N. Basha III told SN last week. The 124-store company, which emerged from a 13-month Chapter 11 bankruptcy in late 2010, intends to grow more slowly and deliberately in the future than it did in the past, he said, noting that pursuing growth too aggressively was what led to the bankruptcy filing. “We intend to be very ...

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