Netflix, Wal-Mart Sued Over Anti-Competitive Conspiracy
Agreeing not to compete against each other kept prices artificially high, and if true, would be a violation of anti-trust laws. The companies face similar suits in other states including California and Pennsylvania. The firm handling the West Virginia suit is pushing to have the case certified as class action, allowing other consumers to join in the case and take advantage of any settlement reached.
See, major corporations are even more like the Legion of Doom than you imagined. [From: BetaNews]
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