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Calif. Supreme Court Won’t Hear Newspaper Ad Case

California’s Supreme Court has declined to review a $21 million damage award against a San Francisco newspaper accused of slashing advertising prices to drive a rival publication out of business.

Only one of the court’s seven justices voted in favor of hearing the appeal by SF Weekly – far short of the majority needed.

A San Francisco judge awarded SF Weekly’s rival, the Bay Guardian, $21 million in 2008 after a jury ruled that SF Weekly had engaged in predatory pricing that cost the Bay Guardian revenue.

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