WINSTON-SALEM N.C. After more than four years under investigation by the Securities and Exchange Commission, Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Inc. settled its case and three former executives agreed to pay fines and return gains on stock sales. Neither Krispy Kreme nor the former executives — Scott Livengood, who served as chief executive, John Tate, who served as chief operating officer, and Randy Casstevens, who served as chief financial officer — admitted any wrongdoing. Krispy Kreme, which ...
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