ZAANDAM, Netherlands -- The accounting meltdown that has forced Ahold here to reorganize its operations has left shareholders divided, analysts said. While institutional investors are primarily concerned with how the company can reorganize successfully, many individual shareholders in the Netherlands are seeking to make sure the executives who led the company into its current situation are punished. "[The shareholders] are focused on what went wrong and making sure those who were ...

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