Dallas — Lone Star Funds here said current market conditions have forced it to take the Bi-Lo chain, which it acquired from Ahold in 2005, off the market. “There was a lot of interest in the company, but just based on marketplace conditions, a sale is not going to happen in the near future,” Ed Trissel, a spokesman for Lone Star, told SN. “We will focus on our strategic plan and company objectives.” He said private equity firms have become less acquisitive recently because financing has ...
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