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NEW YORK, June 16- JC Penney Co interfered with a contract between Macy's Inc and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc when it cut a deal to sell a line of the celebrity's home goods, a New York judge ruled on Monday.
NEW YORK, June 16- J.C. Penney's pact with Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia to sell a line of home goods interfered with an exclusive deal between the celebrity's company and Macy's, a New York judge ruled on Monday. In his ruling, however, Justice Jeffrey Oing of New York state court limited the damages that Macy's could obtain.
April 25- Online media group AOL Inc said on Friday it would offer its video content on Microsoft Corp's platforms, starting this summer. Microsoft's MSN and Bing apps for Windows will get content from AOL's HuffPost Live, TechCrunch and Moviefone as well as its partner sites, including ESPN, TMZ, and Martha Stewart.
Four months later, Age Group and PetSmart struck a deal under which PetSmart would buy Stewart-branded pet products from Age Group. Martha Stewart Living disparaged Age Group to PetSmart and withheld approval of pet products to try to get PetSmart to contract directly with Martha Stewart Living, according to the complaint.
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