Subway Co-Founder  Fred DeLuca Dies

Subway Co-Founder Fred DeLuca Dies

Subway co-founder Fred DeLuca, who as a teenager opened a Connecticut sandwich shop that would become the world’s largest restaurant chain, died Monday evening at the age of 67 after a fight with leukemia, the company said Tuesday. After his cancer diagnosis in 2013, the chain’s billionaire co-founder had stayed on as chief executive, saying last year he had no plans to retire and would remain “90 percent involved” in the chain’s...

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Tax Filing Details Top D-H Payouts

Lebanon — The $675,000 severance payment awarded by Dartmouth-Hitchcock during 2013 to a “former senior advisor” to its chief executive barely made a public ripple or financial splash. Nor did the $320,000 “change of control payment” made to a staff physician who had been working as an executive at the large, Lebanon-based medical complex, or the $105,000 severance payment to a former human resources director that year. In fact, the...

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