Winn-Dixie losses spark bankruptcy rumors

Recent initiatives designed to resuscitate the firm have not convinced analysts

Supermarket chain Winn-Dixie Stores became the subject of bankruptcy rumors in February, as the firm posted a quarterly loss of nearly $400 million, compared with a loss of $79.5 million in the same quarter a year ago. The struggling company also announced that it had seen a significant decline in liquidity as bank revolver availability shrank and some vendors tightened terms. As of mid-January, Winn-Dixie had $31 million in cash and $145 million open in its credit line.

Winn-Dixie’s CEO Peter

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