Sources say J.P. Morgan & Co. and Knight-Ridder have amicably settled differences that arose when an audit by the vendor uncovered use of Knight-Ridder data for which the firm had not been paying. The data had been distributed at Morgan by Micrognosis Inc., according to sources. It's unclear whether the unauthorized use resulted from an accounting error, a technological fault or by design. Morgan paid up, these sources say, and all is well again between the two.

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