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February 27, 2014

Sprint loses round in New York sales tax suit

A New York state appeals court Thursday upheld a lower court decision denying the company’s request to throw out the case. Overland Park-based Sprint is accused in the suit, filed by a whistle-blower in 2011 and now being pursued by Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, of failing to collect and pay some sales taxes on flat-rate access charges for wireless calling plans.

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