CHANDLER, Ariz. — As it prepares to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy, Bashas' here expects sales and earnings growth of 3% a year over the next few years. That estimate — by the court-appointed financial advisor who has been working with the chain for a year — was seconded by Darl J. Andersen, the chain's president and chief executive officer, who said it is “realistic, reasonable and achievable,” according to court documents. Bashas' is expected to formally emerge from bankruptcy on ...
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