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The decision will level the playing field between online and brick-and-mortar retailers, industry leaders say.
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The moves happens after the Supreme Court rules that states have the right to collect potentially billions of dollars in taxes from internet sales.
The court overturned a 1992 precedent barring states from requiring businesses with no "physical presence" in that state to collect sales taxes.
Darden Restaurants posted better-than-expected fiscal fourth-quarter earnings, buoyed by strong sales at most of its restaurants, and raised its quarterly dividend.
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