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Want to save NECCO? The former CEO started a GoFundMe page.

Necco asked a U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge in Boston to approve a $13.3 million sale to Gordon Brothers, a Boston investment firm. (Owen O'Rourke/File photo)
REVERE — NECCO’s former CEO is trying to raise $30 million to keep the company from closing. But a Suffolk University Law School professor said the method to redeem the 171-year-old confectionary company could violate securities laws. Al Gulachenski, who headed the company, best known for Necco Wafers and Valentine Sweethearts from 2011 to 2015,…

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