Armstrong sued the Times for reprinting claims from a book that Armstrong had taken performance-enhancing drugs. In 2006, the paper paid Armstrong nearly $485,000 to withdraw his libel lawsuit.
The 2012 suit accused Armstrong of making deliberately false representation during litigation. On Sunday, the paper announced it had "reached a mutually acceptable final resolution, and that it was "entirely happy with the agreed settlement."
The terms of the agreement remain confidential.
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