DALLAS — The liquidating trustee for Bruno's Supermarkets is suing the chain's former owner, Lone Star Holdings, charging that Lone Star used Bruno's to improve the marketability of Bi-Lo, a sister chain that was once operated with Bruno's as a single company. Bruno's filed for bankruptcy protection in February and was ordered to liquidate in October. Creditors lost more than $290 million. In a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court here, the trustee, William S. Kaye, charged that "creditors ...

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