NEW YORK -- Two former executives of the original Sloan's Supermarkets chain here will begin jail terms of 27 months on Friday. nning, both pleaded guilty last fall to a single count of conspiracy in an illegal coupon remittance scheme. In addition to the prison term, each will be required to pay a $40,000 fine. Jules Rose, chairman and chief executive officer of Sloan's, has not yet been tried on charges of racketeering, money laundering and mail fraud. While his business partners pleaded ...

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