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Apple and Intel hit hard at Qualcomm in public statements filed Thursday with the U.S. International Trade Commission in a case where the chipmaker is seeking to bar iPhones that allegedly infringe its patents, with both companies accusing Qualcomm of seeking a monopoly on the technology.
An attorney for defunct startup Telesocial Inc. told a California federal jury during closing arguments Friday that Orange SA destroyed the young company by stealing its trade secrets instead of buying its communications technology, while Orange’s attorneys denied responsibility for Telesocial’s failure and argued no theft occurred.
An Italian national who copped to smuggling counterfeit electronics, including fake Apple phones and tablets and items bearing phony Sony labels, was sentenced to three years and one month in federal prison Friday, authorities from multiple agencies announced.
IDT Corp. lost its bid to avoid paying an additional $1.5 million in severance to a former company executive on Friday when a New Jersey state appeals court found there was sufficient evidence for jurors to conclude the parties had entered into an enforceable oral agreement for such a payment.
AT&T Mobility Mobility Svcs LLC urged on Friday an Illinois federal judge to dismiss a former executive sales manager's suit alleging he was demoted and later fired for being gay, saying that a previous dismissal bars him from reopening the suit.