Business: Boost for Color TV

Justice Department trustbusters and Radio Corporation of America executives heaved a sigh of relief last week. The department won what Attorney General William Rogers said was one of its "most important antitrust cases." Said RCA Legal Vice President Robert L. Werner: "We made a good settlement."

In a sweeping civil consent decree in one of the biggest Eisenhower Administration Sherman Act suits to date, RCA agreed to 1) put some 100 color TV patents into a royalty-free pool, 2) make available to all comers on a royalty-free basis at least 12,000 other existing...

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