Washington consumers to receive compensation from Samsung

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KBKW News reports that Samsung will pay $29 million to resolve Attorney General Bob Ferguson’s lawsuit which alleged that manufacturers of cathode ray tubes (CRTs), which are used in televisions and computer monitors, drove up the cost of those parts in a price-fixing plot. Ferguson said he will allocate the money to Washington consumers and state agencies via a claims process for those who purchased CRTs between 1995 and 2007. Read the full story here.

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Mike Richards grew up in Charlotte, North Carolina. He graduated from Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, PA with a degree in Multiplatform Journalism and a minor in Public Relations. He wrote and published articles at Pittsburgh’s NPR station covering a variety of topics.

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