NEW YORK -- An Illinois appeals court judge has ruled in favor of News America Marketing In-Store, based here, in a lawsuit alleging that the coupon giant was grabbing too much share of the at-shelf coupon-dispenser market. Menasha Corp, a paper products manufacturer in Neenah, Wis., had argued in the lawsuit that News America violates federal antitrust laws by signing retailers to exclusive contracts, which the appeals court did not agree with. In addition, Menasha claimed that News ...

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