Advertisers Sue 'Star Tribune'

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MINNEAPOLIS Four advertisers sued the Star Tribune and its parent company on Tuesday, claiming Minnesota’s largest newspaper inflated its circulation numbers so it could charge more for ads.

The federal lawsuit seeking class-action status alleges the Minneapolis newspaper required distributors to dump unsold papers and failed to report returned papers accurately.

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