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Supreme Court of the United States In dissent, Justice Kagan said the majority had nullified a “plain-vanilla rule of contract interpretation” that in California and other states requires an ambiguous agreement be read to favor the side that didn’t write it. (Photo: Bloomberg)

(Bloomberg) –An ideologically divided U.S. Supreme Court gave businesses more power to channel disputes into individual arbitration proceedings, siding with a lighting retailer trying to prevent its employees from pressing group claims stemming from a phishing attack.

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