NEW YORK — Kmart Corp.’s investor constituent groups have submitted to the Chicago bankruptcy court a list of nominees for the nine-member board that will oversee operations following the discounter’s expected exit from Chapter 11 at the end of the month.

As expected, Julian Day, chief executive officer, is one of the proposed board members, as is Edward Lampert, chairman of ESL Investments. Lampert will be one of the chain’s principal owners after its exit from bankruptcy proceedings.

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