BLOOMINGTON Minn. Leeann Chin, the Minneapolis-area chain that introduced Twin Cities residents to Chinese food when founder Chin opened her first restaurant in 1980, will be sold to Mandarin Holdings, Los Angeles-based operator of the Mandarin Express quick-service chain, according to a published report that did not disclose terms. Chin, who is retired, reportedly owns 9.6 percent of the company's common stock, while two investment firms, Mellon Investments of Pittsburgh and BNP ...

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