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Bruce Willis Resolves Green Rubber Dispute, Stays Involved With Company

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For those of you that could barely get through Thanksgiving dinner without wondering if Bruce Willis was going to resolve his dispute with Green Rubber Global, we’ve got good news.

As previously reported, Wilis decided to sue the company after plans to go ahead with the non-toxic and recyclable rubber were put on hold due to the weak global economy. The actor immediately wanted his $2 million investment back — but received only about $1.1 million. The lawsuit sought the remaining $900,000.

Now, it appears that the dispute has been settled — with Willis deciding to remain vested in the company. “Having resolved the matter, I will continue to maintain a shareholding position in the company and I wish the company, the directors and my fellow shareholders the very best for the future,” Willis said in a statement. “I continue to believe in the green rubber technology and the vast potential it holds for the environment,” he added.

Hmm…I wonder what type of deal was made to bury this problem quick? Either way, its good to see Willis remaining on board to see this promising tech to fruition. Check out the official site for more information.

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