With a proposed settlement worth nearly $40 million, office supply giant 3M is poised to close the books on more than a decade of litigating antitrust suits.

In a series of suits, a competitor and purchasers accused 3M — the maker of Scotch tape and Post-It Notes — of abusing its monopoly power in the market for transparent tape by driving a competitor out of business.

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