SAFEWAY SETTLES 2003 SHAREHOLDER LAWSUIT aid last week it has agreed to a settlement of a 2003 lawsuit that charged chain officials and directors with concealing information about the company's poor performance in some divisions to enable those individuals to sell shares of Safeway stock at inflated prices. The company said it has agreed to implement certain corporate governance enhancements, while the shareholders who filed the complaint agreed to dismiss all claims with prejudice. The ...

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