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Judge guts anti-trust suit against Nielsen

A federal judge has tossed out the major counts in a lawsuit by Sunbeam Television -- which owns Miami's WSVN-Fox 7 -- seeking to have the Nielsen television ratings company declared an illegal monopoly. U.S. District Court Judge Paul C. Huck dismissed all state and federal anti-trust claims against Nielsen, ruling that there was no evidence the company had excluded any "will and able" from the market. More detail a little later. 


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