ST. PAUL, Minn. — A federal appeals court here this week revived antitrust claims against C&S Wholesale Grocers and Supervalu related to the wholesalers’ 2003 asset swap. The decision reversed a lower court’s ruling to dismiss claims brought by five retailers who said the deal allowed the suppliers to overcharge them. The judge in the earlier case ruled that the retailers unfairly got around a requirement that they arbitrate disputes with their wholesalers by ...
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