NEWARK, N.J. — Target Corp. has agreed to pay New Jersey $375,000 and adjust its business practices to resolve a lawsuit alleging that it sold expired infant formula, non-prescription drugs and merchandise that didn't match posted prices. Target was sued in September 2008 after 21 of its 40 New Jersey stores were inspected. As part of the settlement Target has voluntarily created a senior management position called a group pricing compliance specialist, whose duties include monitoring ...
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