CHANDLER, Ariz. — Bashas' here said a bankruptcy judge will hear oral arguments this week before deciding whether to confirm the chain's amended reorganization plan. The company and the unsecured creditors committee, which supports the plan, and representatives of the secured creditors, who do not, presented arguments to the judge late last month. In a letter to employees, Edward N. Basha 3rd, senior vice president, said he believes the chain presented “a compelling case in support of our ...

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