Hertz caves

By Felix Salmon
November 30, 2009
behaving abominably towards Audit Integrity, has utterly caved, dropping its libel suit on the grounds that it was "not worth pursuing now". Or, one assumes, ever again. A small but important victory for freedom of speech in the financial markets.

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Good news on the corporate-bully front: Hertz, which was behaving abominably towards Audit Integrity, has utterly caved, dropping its libel suit on the grounds that it was “not worth pursuing now”. Or, one assumes, ever again. A small but important victory for freedom of speech in the financial markets.

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