NEW YORK -- Counsel for the 4 million U.S. merchants pursuing a class-action lawsuit alleging anti-trust violations by the nation's two largest credit-card companies earlier this month presented arguments for summary judgment in U.S. District Court in Brooklyn. At the same court session, attorneys for MasterCard International, Purchase, N.Y., and Visa U.S.A., Foster City, Calif., asked Judge John Gleeson to dismiss the case against the two companies. As of the middle of last week, Gleeson ...

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