FLEMING 'CATCHES' AN EARLY YEAR-2000 COMPUTER BUG

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Even a company as far along in its year-2000 work as Fleming can be caught unaware by the widespread computer problem.The wholesaler recently discovered a year-2000 bug that would have deleted all its forward buying deals slated to take place in 1999 on Jan. 1, 1999, according to Mike McCormick, director of the Y2K project for Fleming Cos., Oklahoma City.McCormick spoke at a session

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Even a company as far along in its year-2000 work as Fleming can be caught unaware by the widespread computer problem.

The wholesaler recently discovered a year-2000 bug that would have deleted all its forward buying deals slated to take place in 1999 on Jan. 1, 1999, according to Mike McCormick, director of the Y2K project for Fleming Cos., Oklahoma City.

McCormick spoke at a session entitled "The Year-2000 Problem: Time is Running Out -- 430 Days and Coun

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