NEW YORK — New York Attorney General Andrew M. Cuomo on Wednesday said that New York Supermarkets Inc., an independent operator of three stores here, has agreed to pay $750,000 to settle charges that it denied workers minimum wage and overtime pay. About 370 workers — some of whom worked up to 90 hours a week — will share in the settlement, Cuomo said. It is the third case of a supermarket settling a wage case with the state since 2006. Read More of Today's Headlines

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