SAN DIEGO — Target Corp. has agreed to pay $160,000 to settle a disability discrimination lawsuit stemming the retailer’s treatment of an employee at a Foothill Ranch, Calif. store, the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission said. The EEOC’s case charged that Target failed to ensure accommodations for an employee who suffered from cerebral palsy. After first attempting to reach a pre-litigation settlement, the parties ultimately entered into a three-year consent decree, which also ...

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