Comcast Settles Subscribers' Antitrust Class Action for $50M

The suit alleging that Comcast monopolized the Philadelphia-area cable market—which had gone to the U.S. Supreme Court where it became part of the high court's shift toward stricter standards for class certification—is settling for $50 million in cash and services, according to court papers filed this week.

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