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October 05, 2005

* McGraw-Hill Cos., the biggest publisher of energy newsletters, must give natural-gas pricing data to the U.S. Commodity Futures Trading Commission for an investigation of market manipulation, a federal judge in Washington ruled.

* David Boies' law firm, which resigned as counsel to Adelphia Communications Corp. in August after discovering a conflict of interest, is seeking $32 million for its work on the cable operator's bankruptcy case.

* Motorola Inc. said it would offer Universal Music Group's catalog of music on a mobile music service that will run on cellphones and car stereos.

* Autodesk Inc., whose software is used to design buildings and create special effects for movies, agreed to buy Alias, a developer of three-dimensional graphics, for $182 million in cash.

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