U.S. FOODSERVICE AXES 10 EXECUTIVES: REPORT has dismissed 10 more executives, according to published reports last week. USF's overstatement of earnings by more than $800 million between 2000 and 2002 was at the heart of an accounting scandal that caused its parent company, Ahold, Zaandam, Netherlands, to post a $1.4 billion loss for last year, although the reports said the dismissals were not directly related to the earnings misstatement. A representative of USF was not available for ...

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