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Byline: Greg Johnson
Three days after warning it would do so, data communications component maker Astrocom Corp. filed for bankruptcy.
In its filing late Thursday, Aug. 8, with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Minnesota in Minneapolis, the company listed only $537,130 in assets but $2.84 million in debts.
In its skeletal filing, the Plymouth, Minn.-based company said 600 individuals or companies own its 26.4 million shares.
Wayzata, Minn.-based investment firm Perkins Capital Management Inc. and Astrocom president and CEO Ronald B. Thomas …