Posts Tagged ‘1 Billion’

 

Apple, Oxford University Press: Intellectual Property

Apple Inc. , which won more than $1 billion after a jury found Samsung Electronics Co. infringed six of seven patents for its mobile devices Aug. 24, sought a ban on eight models of the South Korean company's smartphones, including its Galaxy S devices.

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America Movil Drops Most in Five Months on Antitrust Fine

America Movil SAB fell the most in five months as a record $1 billion fine by Mexico's antitrust agency increased pressure on Latin America's biggest mobile carrier to defend its 71 percent market share in its home country. (7 hours ago)

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Broadband aggregation spending up 27pc in 2010

CALIFORNIA, USA: Carriers increased their spending on broadband aggregation equipment by a whopping 27 percent in 2010 over 2009 to $7.1 billion, spurred on by significant investments by operators in China and national stimulus efforts in the US, Portugal, and elsewhere, finds market research firm

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Biz Break: Facebook, Google, Intel, HP join with Obama to back startups

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Today: Intel, HP, Facebook and Google are joining in President Barack Obama's Startup America Partnership. Plus: A chip design flaw will cost Intel $1 billion. Google's Android platform led the global smartphone market during the holiday quarter. (9 mins ago)

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Boeing’s Four 777 for Air China

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Boeing's deal to supply four 777 to Air China to help expand its international presence for $1.1 billion. (3 hours ago)

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Workshops on federal contracting scheduled

Crane pumps $1 billion into the economy each year and Indiana businesses are getting approximately 5% of that business. In an effort to support local businesses and Crane a workshop on Federal Contracting is being offered. (26 mins ago)

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Oracle, Barclays, Google, Vinashin, Gome, Madoff, Rio in Court News

Oracle Corp. , the world's second- biggest software maker, may face total damages of $1 billion in a U.S. Justice Department lawsuit claiming it overcharged the government, Bloomberg News? David Voreacos reports. (4 hours ago)

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Youtube 1, Viacom 0

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Christopher Null - The first major verdict has been issued in the long-running feud between Google-owned YouTube and Viacom over copyright-infringement accusations, with a federal judge tossing out Viacom's $1 billion lawsuit and ruling that YouTube is in the clear. (31 mins ago)

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Biz Break: Google Buzz wants a share of your social sharing

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Today: Google introduces Google Buzz, its new Gmail-based social sharing service. Google cuts the Nexus One equipment recovery fee. IAC reports a $1 billion loss. Electronic Arts stock falls. (7 hours ago)

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