AMSTERDAM — The resignation of Anders Moberg as chief executive officer of Ahold here could prompt an acceleration of the value improvement program under way in the United States, analysts here told SN last week. Ahold said Moberg, who was named CEO in 2003 when the company was seeking to recover from a massive accounting scandal, will leave the company by July with a year left on his contract. Filling in as interim CEO effective July 1 will be John Rishton, the former British Airways ...

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