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Apple, Google, Intel and Adobe agree to settle antitrust lawsuit

Google is among several companies putting money into a fund to help safeguard the Internet from possibly security flaws in open-source software.

Marcio Jose Sanchez/AP

An image of the Google campus.

An antitrust lawsuit out of Silicon Valley pitted more than 64,000 software engineers against some of the biggest names in tech: Google, Apple, Intel and Adobe.

The plaintiffs allege these tech giants conspired to stunt their employees' careers. When we talked about it earlier this week with the Wall Street Journal's Jeff Elder, he said a settlement seemed near.  He was right.

 


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