JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Perry Capital, a New York hedge fund headed by a member of Sears Holdings‘ board of directors, has taken a 5% stake in Winn-Dixie Stores here, the investor said in a government filing this week. Perry is the first large shareholder to be revealed in Winn-Dixie since the company emerged from bankruptcy late last year and issued new stock. The fund is headed by Richard Perry, a major shareholder in retailer Sears Holdings; he was named to that company‘s board of directors ...
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