BOSTON — Super 88, a six-unit chain of Asian supermarkets here, last week agreed to pay $175,000 in back pay to current and former employees after the state accused the company of failing to pay overtime and violating minimum-wage rules, according to reports. The company also agreed to pay the state $25,000. The investigation by the Massachusetts attorney general began in March 2007 after workers claimed they were not fairly paid, the reports said. Super 88 could not be reached for comment. ...

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