INDIANAPOLIS — Don Marsh, the former chief executive officer of Marsh Supermarkets, testified in court here this week that his use of company resources for gifts and trips fit within the parameters of his responsibilities as CEO, according to reports.
Don Marsh is being sued by the company, which accuses him of misusing company funds and is seeking repayment. Marsh left the company, which had been founded by his father, in 2006 when it was sold to private equity investors Sun ...
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