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Old 09-10-2012, 05:19 PM   #7
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Judge Cote addressed this on pg. 40 of the document giving approval for the settlement:
Looks like the judge was taking a very hard-line stance, too. That decision could also stack the table of other markets in favor of companies like Wal-Mart, who grow big enough to be able to dictate prices to suppliers.

I wonder when we're going to have our first full-blown megacorp, and which one it'll be?
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