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Bumble Bee CEO indicted on charge he fixed canned tuna price

Seattle Times Thursday, 17 May 2018
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — U.S. prosecutors have filed a criminal charge in San Francisco against the CEO of Bumble Bee Foods as part of an investigation into price fixing in the packaged seafood industry. The Department of Justice announced Wednesday that a grand jury indicted Christopher Lischewski on one count of price fixing. Prosecutors say […]
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U.S. prosecutors have filed a criminal charge in San Francisco against the CEO of Bumble Bee Foods as part of an investigation into price fixing in the packaged seafood industry.

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