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The Federal Circuit in a decision made public Monday upheld a ruling that one of the U.S. Navy’s littoral combat ships had infringed on a company’s fast ship patents and that another vessel had not, while slightly upping the damages award to $7.1 million.
Former State University of New York President Alain Kaloyeros denied scheming with developers in a fraudulent end-run around the contracting process in Gov. Andrew Cuomo's "Buffalo Billion" revitalization effort, telling a Manhattan federal jury Monday his goal was to move nimbly on three projects worth $600 million.
The Defense Information Systems Agency has awarded 14 companies slots on a $7.5 billion, decade-long systems engineering and technology deal meant to help the U.S. Department of Defense improve its information technology capabilities, the agency announced.
Some Amazon Inc. investors joined privacy advocates Monday in pressing the tech giant to stop selling its real-time facial recognition tools to law enforcement, citing human rights concerns that could hurt the company's stock price and spawn lawsuits.
The U.S. Senate passed the sweeping National Defense Authorization Act on Monday, kickstarting a process with the House to iron out differences over project priorities, force numbers, international trade and other policies in the $715 billion authorization and reform bill.