NEW YORK -- The U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York here last week said it filed charges against nine individuals who worked for suppliers to Ahold subsidiary U.S. Foodservice in relation to that company's overstatement of vendor rebates. The nine charged were Mark Bailin, president, Rymer International Seafood; Kenneth Bowman, an independent contractor for food brokerage Total Food Sales; Timothy Daly, former vice president, business development, Michael Foods; Michael ...

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