By and  on June 29, 2007

WASHINGTON — Brands have another weapon to control their image, thanks to the U.S. Supreme Court.

In a decision that eventually could have a major impact on off-pricers, Internet retailers and other discounters, the High Court on Thursday struck down a 96-year-old ban on minimum pricing agreements, giving brands the potential to enforce the lowest price at which their products could be sold.

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