MOBILE, Ala. -- Delchamps here is attempting to regain its position as this market's low-price leader in the wake of a settlement with three fired executives who sued the company for numerous alleged misdeeds. The company recently reached an out-of-court settlement with Roy W. Henderson, former treasurer and vice president of finance; James H. McDonald, former vice president and general counsel; and John D. Foshee, former vice president of real estate. As reported, the three long-time ...

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