WILLIAMSVILLE, N.Y. -- The Ahold accounting scandal claimed another victim last week when Frank Curci, president and chief executive officer of Tops Markets here, resigned. not plan to fill that position at this time. Ahold disclosed in May it had discovered $29 million in earnings overstatements among its subsidiaries, mostly at Tops and mostly related to misreporting of vendor allowances -- findings that led to the resignations last month of seven other senior Tops executives. As CEO, ...

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