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Arianna Settles Claim She Stole Idea For Huffington Post

Posted at 8:01AM Friday 16 May 2014

Arianna Huffington and her co-founder have quietly settled a high profile lawsuit in which two Democratic party consultants alleged that the two used their idea for what became the Huffington Post website, but then cut out them out of the business.

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