ZANDAAM, Netherlands -- Ahold here said late last month that published reports concerning a top company official who violated financial disclosure laws were "very exaggerated." According to the reports, Cees van der Hoeven, Ahold's president and chief executive officer, allegedly disclosed sales results Oct. 21 to a gathering of investment analysts in New York before those results were made available to the public at large. A company spokeswoman told SN, "He was talking about the market in ...
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