The US Supreme Court said it won't hear an appeal by travel agents alleging an antitrust scheme by a number of US airlines to slash their commissions. A coalition of travel agents first filed the lawsuit in 2003, claiming major US airlines plotted together illegally regarding travel agent commissions. They appealed a federal appeals court ruling against their position to the Supreme Court, which this week without comment listed the case as one it does not deem worthy of consideration ...

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