NOBLESVILLE, Ind. — Marsh Supermarkets has filed a lawsuit against the chain's former chief executive officer, Don E. Marsh, accusing him of spending corporate funds on a vast itinerary of international travel for himself and his family as the regional chain's finances were deteriorating. The suit, filed in Hamilton County Superior Court here, was prompted by an IRS audit of the company's finances, the complaint states. Marsh Supermarkets, based in Indianapolis, was acquired by private ...
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