Furr's to Pay FTC Civil Penalty Furr's Supermarkets Inc. and Rubus Development Corp., both based here, have agreed to pay a $400,000 civil penalty to settle Federal Trade Commission charges. FTC charged Rubus and Furr's Inc., a Lubbock, Texas-based predecessor company to Furr's Supermarkets, with violating provisions of a previous settlement. Rubus was formerly known as Supermarket Development Corp. In 1988, FTC ordered Furr's Inc. to divest supermarkets in 12 New Mexico and west Texas ...

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