Great Glasses, a Canadian chain of 23 franchised optical retail...

Great Glasses, a Canadian chain of 23 franchised optical retail stores, has been ordered by an appeals court to pay 34 million Canadian dollars (€21.1m-$26.3m) for selling corrective eyewear without an eye doctor's or an optometrist's prescription. The company had already been found guilty two years ago, but it decided ...

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