The stock prices of most of the largest supermarket companies took a drubbing last year. The compensation packages of many industry chief executive officers took a serious hit as well. But not all. Nash Finch Co., Minneapolis, was forced to delay reporting its 2002 third- and fourth-quarter results because of a Securities and Exchange Commission investigation into the company's procedures of accounting for vendor allowances. Its stock plunged 75.14% in the course of the year. The only two ...

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