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T-Mobile’s legal action against Belmont Trading drew our readers’ interest last month. | DCStockPhotography/Shutterstock

Stories about court conflicts, air pollution concerns and other topics drew our readers’ clicks last month.

The list below shows our top stories published in October in terms of unique page views.

1 | T-Mobile sues Belmont Trading for over $6 million
One of the largest wireless carriers in the country filed suit against its phone resale and recycling vendor, claiming it has been shortchanged $6.6 million.

2 | Morgan Stanley pays millions more in wake of ITAD mishaps
Morgan Stanley’s years of IT asset disposition errors have cost the banking giant over $163 million, according to an updated E-Scrap News tally. New details on the data loss incidents have also recently come to light.

3 | Pollution issues threaten Glencore smelter in Canada
The top government official in Quebec suggested public concerns over air pollution could lead the province to close Glencore’s Horne smelting site, a key downstream for North America’s e-scrap.

4 | DHL launches comprehensive asset management service
International logistics company DHL is leveraging its 1,200 worldwide sites to bring electronics resale, refurbishment and recycling services to the 140 countries it operates in.

5 | Ingram Micro files to go public again
Ingram Micro, which owns a global ITAD division, has filed with federal regulators to become a publicly traded company once again.