WARREN, Mich. -- Produce Palace, a food retailer here, received a $250,000 check as a settlement in the first year-2000 lawsuit brought by a merchant against a technology provider. The lawsuit was prompted by the ongoing failure of the store's point-of-sale system, which was made by Tec America, Atlanta, and sold by All American Cash Register, Inkster, Mich. The POS system repeatedly crashed whenever it processed transactions involving credit cards that expire in 2000, Produce Palace ...
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