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Sterigenics announced Monday that a claims administrator will be appointed to distribute the money to as many as 870 people who had sued the Oak Brook, Illinois-based company.
The agreement formalizes farmers’ access to diagnostic and repair codes and to manuals and product guides. It also ensures farmers will be able to purchase diagnostic tools directly from John Deere and receive assistance from the manufacturer when ordering parts and products.
McDonald's Corp. was also charged by the SEC for the incident, it said Monday, but due to the company's cooperation during the ensuing investigation, there is no financial penalty.