Ahold Revises 2002 Earnings Outlook ere said last week it has revised its earnings-per-share growth expectations for 2002 to 5% to 8% from the 15% growth it estimated in May. The current estimate does not include an estimated $350 million to $450 million charge related to the default last week of Velox Retail Holdings, an Argentinian company that was Ahold's partner in Disco Ahold, the company's Latin American joint venture, according to the company. Ahold said it will be required to pay ...

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