The six-month fight over a corporate logo on NASCAR driver Jeff Burton’s No. 31 Chevrolet settled Sept. 7 as Burton prepared to race in Richmond, Va.

NASCAR and AT&T Mobility Inc. officially ended their legal feud in a confidential out-of-court settlement that will allow Burton to display AT&T’s blue-and-white globe logo on No. 31 for the next 18 months, according to a news release by Richard Childress Racing, for whom Burton drives.

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