Best Buy, Microsoft get racketeering appeal rejected
For those keeping an eye on the summer's funnest (only?) court case involving Microsoft and the big box retailer the world loves to hate, here's the latest. Today, the Supreme Court "rejected an appeal by Microsoft and a unit of Best Buy in a lawsuit alleging the two companies fraudulently signed up customers for Microsoft's online service," which means that the appeals court's ruling may now stand. Unfortunately, further details and consequences of the decision were not yet disclosed, but it's fairly safe to assume that the two won't soon be engaging in any similar activities.
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