SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Wal-Mart Stores has agreed to pay $2.1 million for violating a 2008 judgment that stemmed from overcharging customers at its California stores, according to the California Attorney General's office. The 2008 ruling required the company to resolve pricing errors at its checkstands. However, since November 2010 investigations in 11 counties around the state have uncovered additional pricing errors, the attorney general's office said. "Consumers ...

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