ALEXANDRIA, Va. — Saying that the proposed $7.25 billion settlement of a civil class-action antitrust lawsuit against credit-card issuers does not go far enough in addressing retailer concerns, the National Association of Convenience stores said it has rejected the settlement offer. NACS is the first of the class-action plaintiffs to reject settlement of the suit, which was filed in 2005 against Visa, MasterCard and several card-issuing banks, alleging that they conspired to fix ...

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