NO FEDERAL CHARGES FOR CONAWAY, SCHWARTZ will not bring charges against Charles Conaway, the former chairman and chief executive officer of Kmart, and Mark Schwartz, the company's former president, after a three-year investigation into the events leading up to the chain's 2002 bankruptcy filing, reports said last week. Conaway and John McDonald, Kmart's former chief financial officer, still face civil charges brought by the Securities and Exchange Commission in August alleging that they ...
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