MIAMI -- Two supermarket retailers accused of documenting fictitious transactions with a Florida diverter have reached out-of-court settlements in a civil lawsuit filed here by the receiver/trustee representing the diverter's investors. Vons Cos., Arcadia, Calif., has agreed to pay $10 million, and Pueblo International, Carolina, Puerto Rico, has agreed to pay $3 million to Kozyak Tropin & Throckmorton here, the trustee for Premium Sales Corp., Aventura, Calif., a trustee representative ...

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