NEW YORK — A plea change by Rite Aid’s former chief financial officer has resulted in a delay in the start of the trial against former chief executive Martin Grass until June 23.

As reported, Grass, in a 37-count indictment handed down last June, was charged along with other former Rite Aid executives with masterminding an accounting fraud that overstated earnings by $1.6 billion.

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