BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Bruno's Supermarkets will sell its assets at an auction later this month, according to an order by the judge overseeing the retailer's bankruptcy case. Bruno's filed the “emergency sale” motion earlier this month noting that no buyers for the entire chain had come forward and that its lenders were getting anxious. Bruno's remains in talks with suitors for parts of the company, sources said, and could have “stalking horses” for the auction, which is set for April 29. ...

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