SAS said the Supreme Court of Norway ordered it Thursday to pay NOK160 million ($27.4 million) to Norwegian Air Shuttle, likely bringing to a conclusion the corporate espionage case in which SAS Norge was found to have improperly accessed and used data in Norwegian's reservation system. Earlier this year, a Norwegian appeals court upheld a 2008 ruling against SAS in the matter (ATW Daily News, March 17), but SAS extended the case by appealing to the Supreme Court, which rejected the ...

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