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March 15, 1985

William Millard, the founder and principal owner of ComputerLand, vowed to "pursue every avenue legally available to us" to reverse a state court jury's award of a 20% stake in ComputerLand and $115 million in punitive damages to a group of investors . . . CT Corp. System, an independent corporate elections firm, reported that more than 60% of National Intergroup's common shares were voted in favor of a proposed merger with Bergen Brunswig, Los Angeles . . . NCR said its NCR Telecommunications Services subsidiary agreed to sell its long-distance telephone service operations to U.S. Telephone, a unit of United Telecommunication, for undisclosed terms.

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