Forbes Reports New Evidence in Huffington Post Lawsuit

May 2012
Moderate Voice;5/23/2012, p9
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The article reports on the evidence found by the periodical "Forbes" against Arianna Huffington of "The Huffington Post," (HuffPost) in the lawsuit filed by Peter Daou and James Boyce. The evidence shows that Huffington allegedly passed the confidential ideas and plans of Daou and Boyce regarding HuffPost to third parties without their knowledge or consent. Furthermore, the author says that Huffington deserves credit on HuffPost's coverage on Afghanistan.


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