Ago —More than 3,000 California restaurant operators who conducted business with Rewards Network Inc. could be eligible to participate a $64 million settlement the national loyalty program provider has entered to end a class-action lawsuit charging it with violations of state usury laws and unfair business practices. California operators who worked with Chicago-based Reward Networks between May 2000 and December 2004 could be entitled to ...

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