WASHINGTON -- Twenty-four manufacturers who were victimized in a coupon fraud scheme in the early 1990s have been awarded nearly $1.3 million by the Department of Justice. ich was not involved in the coupon scheme. The fraud was committed by Jules Rose, chairman and chief executive officer of the predecessor Sloan's, and two other chain executives -- Gary Meyer, the company's secretary-treasurer, and Stephen E. Karsch, vice president of administation. All three executives admitted they ...
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