A New York state judge has thrown out a suit by Sony Music Entertainment against a competitor and one of the competitor’s top executives, who allegedly breached a $3 million employment contract with Sony.

Sony claimed that Ronn Werre, the chief operating officer of EMI’s North American operations, used the agreement with Sony as a “stalking horse” to win a more lucrative deal with British-based EMI.

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