Guilty Plea in U.S. Foodservice Insider Trading o Ahold's acquisition of U.S. Foodservice in March 2000 pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court here last week to six charges of insider trading and to participating in an accounting-fraud scheme. Brady Schofield, who owned seafood companies that sold to U.S. Foodservice, was tipped off to the acquisition by a U.S. Foodservice executive and reaped nearly $300,000 through stock trades, the Securities and Exchange Commission said. He agreed to pay ...

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