A federal civil jury came back after deliberating for five hours on Monday and said there was not enough evidence against the owner of Macy’s department stores to prove a price-fixing conspiracy in the high-end tableware market.
Antitrust attorneys say the verdict was remarkable if only because the case made it all the way to trial.
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