INDIANAPOLIS — A suit and countersuit over the separation of Marsh Supermarkets from its founding family is nearly set for trial. In the case, Marsh Supermarkets, owned by Sun Capital Partners, is seeking to recover millions of dollars from its former chief executive officer, Don Marsh, alleging that he routinely misused company funds for personal travel, vacation homes, personal relationships and other perks that provided no benefit for the company, and sought to conceal the spending. The ...

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