DUBLIN, Calif. -- Lucky Stores here has agreed to pay $145,608 to settle a lawsuit by the Los Angeles city attorney's office involving alleged discrepancies between the chain's posted prices and the prices rung up at checkout, city attorney spokesmen said last week. Officials at Lucky, a division of American Stores Co., Salt Lake City, could not be reached for comment. According to the city attorney, Lucky did not admit any wrongdoing in settling the suit, which stemmed from two separate ...
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