WASHINGTON A House of Representatives committee plans to open hearings on Wednesday into allegations that foodservice giant Compass Group PLC and other government contractors violated government regulations while providing services to U.S. forces in Iraq. Allegations have surfaced that Eurest Support Services, a U.S. subsidiary of London-based Compass, illegally used a private security firm to guard dining facilities managed by the contractor in Iraq during 2004. Eurest had been ...

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