WASHINGTON -- The Securities and Exchange Commission here last week said it reached settlement agreements with Fleming Cos., Dallas, and several of its suppliers related to an ongoing investigation involving inflated vendor rebates and other accounting improprieties. An SEC spokesman told SN that investigations of "individuals or other entities" that were involved in the Fleming accounting scandal continue. The SEC said it would not seek monetary damages from Fleming (which recently emerged ...

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