BOULDER, Colo. — Wild Oats Markets here said transaction expenses related to its pending merger with Whole Foods Market resulted in decline in net income for the first quarter, which ended March 31, while a more aggressive promotional schedule helped boost sales. Wild Oats in late February agreed to be acquired by Austin, Texas-based Whole Foods in a cash tender offer of $18.50 per share. The tender offer has been extended from April 25 to May 22 due to a second request by the Federal Trade ...

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