AMSTERDAM - Dissident investors pressuring Ahold here to enhance value through a sale of its U.S. retail assets said Thursday they were talking to other significant investors for the purposes of gaining support. Randel Freeman, managing director of London-based hedge fund Centaurus Capital, said in a statement Ahold‘s recently announced strategic plan “lacks clarity” on its U.S. strategy, adding that Centaurus was “talking to other significant investors to discuss how we can support ...

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