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3M has been given permission to buy fingerprint ID company Cogent after a judge shrugged off a shareholder dispute against the $943 million transaction.
Stock futures are pointing to a slightly lower open after Japan's central bank moved to ease monetary policy and July personal incomes and spending grew largely as expected.
3M agreed to buy Cogent for $10.50 a share, or $943 million.
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