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Housewares retailer Williams-Sonoma Inc. has agreed to pay a $987,500 civil penalty to settle charges that it failed to immediately report a defect in Pottery Barn wooden hammock stands.
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The Sonoma City Council won’t put a temporary moratorium on big chain stores in its historic district, but is still considering regulations that could make it difficult for cookware giant Williams-Sonoma to come home.
But the $3 billion chain is facing opposition over a new store at the original downtown Sonoma site.
A cookware store in San Francisco’s Marina District was robbed at gunpoint on Tuesday night, police and an employee at a nearby business said.
Consumers have filed lawsuits against more than a dozen national retail chains operating in California since the state Supreme Court ruled it’s illegal for clerks to ask customers for their ZIP codes.
The California Supreme Court said merchants in the state can no longer ask credit card customers for their ZIP codes.
Williams-Sonoma Inc. said Tuesday its board has approved a $125 million stock repurchase program.