Newspaper article The Canadian Press

National Audio 6:55 PM ET

Newspaper article The Canadian Press

National Audio 6:55 PM ET

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National Audio 6:55 PM ET

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NAT140 - (US-Beats-Headphones) (FOR PRODUCTION) LOS ANGELES. x-25s. A jury has found that Dr. Dre, music mogul Jimmy Iovine and their headphone company Beats Electronics owe a former partner 25.2-million dollars in royalties. The L-A Superior Court jury found that Beats breached a contract with Steven Lamar and his company Jibe Audio. The suit said Lamar in 2006 came to Dr. Dre, whose real name is Andre Young, with the idea for celebrity-endorsed headphones. The plaintiffs contended Lamar was owed over 130-million dollars for a dozen different models of headphones, but the jury found he was only owed for three pairs in the Studio series. This is the sound of Dr. Dre performing "Still D-R-E." (fades) (SOURCE:The Canadian Press)

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