American Stores bids of $ 45 and $ 50 a share are "inadequate and not in the best interest of Lucky," the Dublin, Calif.-based supermarket chain announced April 7. Lucky board has authorized management to consider various alternatives "including a possible reorganization of the company to focus on its California operations, a leveraged recapitalization . . . and a negotiated sale of the company to a third party".
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