WAL-MART SETTLES PRICING CASE SAN DIEGO — Wal-Mart locations in California will pay consumers $3 at the register when it makes a pricing error, according to terms of a settlement over price-scanning errors announced last week by officials here. Wal-Mart also agreed to pay a $1.4 million fine. The settlement, announced by California Attorney General Edmund G. Brown Jr., dates back to a 2005 investigation that found Wal-Mart stores in California were scanning items at a higher price than the ...
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