Merrill Lynch has settled three class action lawsuits that claimed it provided misleading analyst research about Internet companies to purchasers of mutual funds.

Under the agreement, which was approved Wednesday by Southern District of New York Judge John F. Keenan, almost 400,000 investors will receive roughly $40 million, about 6.25 percent of the $645 million in damages they originally sought.

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