A federal judge has approved a settlement designed to make sure that Subway’s Footlong sandwiches are actually a foot long.  The sandwich giant agreed in October to certain practice changes to ensure that customers don’t get shortchanged an inch on their 12-inch sandwiches. The settlement was finalized and approved last week. According to the agreement, Subway will pay attorneys for the plaintiffs $525,000 for legal costs. It will also pay $500 apiece for each of the 10 ...

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