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Jack Queen / Reuters:
A jury says Alex Jones must pay two Sandy Hook parents $45.2M in punitive damages, on top of $4.1M in compensatory damages, for claiming the shooting was a hoax
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Warner Bros. Discovery's stock closed down 16.53% on August 5, after its first combined financial report revealed disappointing revenue and streaming challenges
Geoff Edgers / Washington Post:
How a record store owner exposed MoFi Records' use of digital files, after it claimed for years its pricey vinyl album reissues were purely analog reproductions
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