NEW YORK — Dissident Cone Mills Corp. director Marc Kozberg on Wednesday denounced the company’s proposal to sell its assets to bankruptcy baron Wilbur Ross in a deal that would wipe out shareholders’ equity.

As reported, Kozberg, who represents a group of investors holding a roughly 9.5 percent stake in the company, had already been engaged in a proxy fight with the directors of the Greensboro, N.C.-based textile concern. His group has mailed out proxies urging shareholders to elect a slate of three new outside directors at the company’s annual meeting next week, rather than the incumbents backed by the board.

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