Mexican Superior Court tosses $2.75 billion damages award versus Yahoo

Mexican Superior Court tosses $2.75 billion damages award versus Yahoo

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New The Superior Court of Mexico has overturned a lower court ruling that found Yahoo liable for $2.75 billion in damages. Plaintiffs Ideas Interactivas and holding company Worldwide Directories sued Yahoo over breach of contract and lost profits on a yellow pages service....    ...
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