Priceline, based in Norwalk, Conn., agreed to pay $12,250 after an internal audit revealed one of its foreign subsidiaries provided "limited travel services to Cuban nationals," company spokesman Brian Ek said Tuesday. Ek said he could not reveal where the Cubans were traveling to or from.

He said the company reported the violation voluntarily.

A statement from the Treasury Department said a subsidiary of Priceline "provided travel-related services in which Cuba or Cuban nationals had an interest."

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