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AT&T settles Al Jazeera lawsuit

  • AT&T (T) settled a lawsuit with Al Jazeera over the refusal to carry a news channel launched by the latter last August in its U-verse pay television service. AT&T refused due to a dispute over the terms of the agreement.
  • Al Jazeera sued the telecom giant in Delaware's Court of Chancery, claiming AT&T had broken and terminated their contract.
Comments (5)
  • Ralph208
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    What a useless PR, what were the terms?
    10 Jun, 07:09 AM Reply Like
  • reasonable2
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    [from the link to Reuters]
    "The parties have agreed to a settlement and jointly asked the judge, Sam Glasscock, to dismiss the case."


    "An AT&T spokesperson declined to comment."
    10 Jun, 07:50 AM Reply Like
  • A Newell
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    It means that the claim ain't worth cockroach dung.
    10 Jun, 11:12 AM Reply Like
  • glf4mny
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    An AT&T spokesperson wanted to say "we thought it best to settle and not take the chance of being blown up".
    10 Jun, 01:29 PM Reply Like
  • Ralph208
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    Thank you to all the commentators I think you all ans. my question very well.
    11 Jun, 10:06 AM Reply Like
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