Mass.-based retailer pays $13M fine for selling recalled products

Mass.-based retailer pays $13M fine for selling recalled products

JENNIFER: THANK YOU. FRAMINGHAM-BASED TJX, THE PARENT COMPANY OF T.J. MAXX, MARSHALLS, AND HOMEGOODS, HAS AGREED TO PAY $13 MILLION FOR SELLING AND DISTRIBUTING PREVIOUSLY-RECALLED PRODUCTS. THE COMPANY ACKNOWLEDGED IN ITS SETTLEMENT WITH THE U.S. CONSUMER PRODUCT SAFETY COMMISSION THAT IT KNOWINGLY SOLD 1200 RECALLED PRODUCTS THROUGH ITS STORES AND ONLINE DURING A FIVE-YEAR PERIOD …

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