ZANDAAM, Netherlands -- Ahold here said last week Henny de Ruiter, chairman of the company's supervisory board, will resign at the close of a general shareholders' meeting likely to be held next month. Also last week, in a move widely seen as an effort to mollify Dutch public opinion, Ahold said Anders Moberg, the company's president and chief executive, has agreed to adjustments in his pay package that will eliminate his guaranteed severance benefits and base his annual bonus on corporate ...
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