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  • March 19, 2018

    Investor Claims Over Tanking Blackberry Z10 Sales Revived

    Three years after their initial claims were tossed, a putative class of investors accusing BlackBerry Ltd. of inflating the value of its stock by hiding poor performance of its Z10 smartphone saw their suit revived after a New York federal judge halted a dismissal attempt of their newly amended complaint, finding Monday that important information had emerged.

  • March 19, 2018

    Apple, Google Must Warn Distracted Drivers, Calif. Court Told

    A citizens group urged a California appeals court Monday to revive its suit contending Apple, Google, Samsung and Microsoft must warn consumers about the dangers of using smartphones while driving, but found little traction for the proposition that companies are responsible for warning against illegal use of their products.

  • March 19, 2018

    Charter Seeks End To Texas Cable Permit Dispute

    Charter Communications Inc. Monday sought a quick win in its suit over cable television franchise permit payments, telling a Texas federal judge the permits were clearly expired and unenforceable when it paid more than $12 million in royalties on the permits to a Texas family.

  • March 19, 2018

    'Breach' Or Not, Facebook In Legal Hot Water Over Data Use

    Facebook’s continued insistence Monday that it wasn’t a “data breach” when an analytics firm mined private data on millions of unwitting Americans to create detailed voter profiles won’t get the social network off the hook with federal authorities, ex-regulators say.

  • March 19, 2018

    Comcast Asks For Quick Win Over Viamedia In Antitrust Suit

    Comcast asked an Illinois federal judge for summary judgment Friday to end a $75 million antitrust lawsuit, arguing cable ad company Viamedia failed to show it had done anything except lawfully decline to do business with an advertising “middleman.”

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