Stater Bros. Markets, San Bernardino, Calif., has become a totally private company with no public debt following a debt restructuring earlier this month.
As a result, the company said it no longer has a legal requirement to file financial results with the public or the Securities and Exchange Commission, though it is still evaluating what kind of information it will disseminate in the future, Dave Harris, EVP, finance, told SN.
The new $725 million facility consists of a revolver of $150 ...
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