HP Inc. Tuesday won a $176 million antitrust verdict against a Taiwanese manufacturer of CD-ROM drives. But the case may not end there. Because the jury found that the firm's price fixing violations were intentional, HP's Beck Redden lawyers are asking that the damages be tripled. Natalie Posgate has the details . . .
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