AMSTERDAM, Netherlands -- Ahold Chief Executive Officer Cees van der Hoeven and three other former executives and directors are scheduled to stand trial here for fraud next year, a source at Ahold confirmed last week. ttee member. The charges relate to allegations that Ahold improperly booked revenues from some of its overseas subsidiaries prior to February 2003, when both van der Hoeven and Meurs resigned amid Ahold's revelation that it had overstated its profits by what turned out to be ...

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