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23 June 2014 By Reynolds Holding

Halliburton and others can block group stock-fraud cases by showing a lie didn’t hurt prices, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled. That defies assumptions about how share value reflects public information and will curb some stockholder suits. Stronger cases, though, should deter deceit.

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