At the close of a nearly two-week nonjury trial between Internet titans eBay Inc. and Craigslist, Chancellor William B. Chandler III hinted that the companies might consider settlement talks because a ruling from the judge could “make everyone unhappy.”

In the suit, eBay is claiming that Craigslist violated Delaware corporate governance laws when it took steps to dilute eBay’s 28 percent minority stake in Craigslist in order to strip eBay of its seat on the Craigslist board.

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