This article originally appeared in Business Insider. Shares of Taser International are up more than 6 percent in afternoon trade Wednesday after the company announced the Winston-Salem police department ordered more than 600 body cameras...Show More Summary
The U.S. International Trade Commission is investigating Ericsson’s claims that Apple violated its patents, PC World reports. Apple sued Ericsson in January, claiming Ericsson was charging too much for patents it holds and that the patents are no longer essential for the LTE technology in Apple’s iPhones, iPads and other cellular-enabled products. Show More Summary
The Apple-Ericsson confrontation is continuing to hot up as the U.S. International Trade Commission has announced it will investigate Apple, based on two complaints alleging that Cupertino illegally infringed on Ericsson patents. Ericsson previously asked the ITC to block Apple products, such … Read more ›
Lawmakers' failure to act on two important fronts—the International Monetary Fund and trade—may well be undermining America's international economic competitiveness, writes Gerald F. Seib.
The U.S. International Trade Commission agreed to examine Ericsson's claims that Apple is violating its wireless patents. The dispute stems from a licensing agreement between the two companies that expired in January. Since then, the companies haven't been able to agree on fees for Apple to re-license the 2G/4G patents from Ericsson. Show More Summary
The United States International Trade Commission (ITC) is investigating Apple over allegations of patent infringement, Apple Insider reports. The Cupertino company is locked in an ongoing battle with Swedish telecoms company Ericsson over its use of certain wireless patents that Ericsson holds. Show More Summary
The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has decided to investigate Apple over a patent licensing dispute with Ericsson. The dispute began in January when the two companies sued each other over patent licensing terms, with Apple claiming that Ericsson is demanding "excessive royalties" for patents related to LTE wireless technology. Show More Summary
The Leipzig Antiquarian Book Fair is an international exhibit and trade fair showcasing books, maps, autographs, and other book-related and ephemeral treasure. This year’s event took place from Thursday, 12th March to Sunday, 15th March, and some AbeBooks staff was lucky enough to attend. Here are some photos from the fair:
WISTA USA (Women’s International Shipping and Trading Association) is putting the final touches on a high-profile speaker line-up that will headline its upcoming
The Seattle city council unanimously passed a resolution critical of the Obama administration's handling of one of the biggest international trade deals of our time. City Hall was packed. The decision received a standing ovation. Seattle...Show More Summary
The ongoing conflict between Apple and Ericsson escalated this afternoon as the United States International Trade Commission (ITC) agreed to launch an investigation into claims that Apple infringed on as many as 41 of Ericsson's cellular...Show More Summary
Following formal complaints by Ericsson, the U.S. International Trade Commission on Monday announced plans to launch an investigation into Apple's potentially illegal use of patented LTE technology.
There has to be a better way. Thursday's New York Times featured an exposé on the draft of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the latest international trade agreement under negotiation, based on a disclosure from Wikileaks. It highlights...Show More Summary
Books on the international cotton trade and on the shipboard slave revolt that inspired Herman Melville’s short story “Benito Cereno” have won this year’s prize.
After hitting the reset button in the summer of 2013, the Utah Jazz are already on the verge of coming out of their rebuild. With a smart move or two, another lottery pick (used or traded) and more internal development, they could be contending for a postseason berth, even in the NBA's loaded Western Conference. It's not as crazy as it sounds. Show More Summary
Why play baseball when you can feed grumpy travelers? Former New York Yankees star Derek Jeter is trading in the baseball diamond for the Tampa International Airport. According to the Tampa Bay Business Journal, he plans to open a restaurant called The Players' Tribune Bar & Grill within the airport. Show More Summary
Thursday's Times has an exposé on the draft of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the latest international trade agreement under negotiation, based on a disclosure from Wikileaks. It highlights one of the scariest things about this and previous...Show More Summary
Jordi Caballé & Ariadna Dumitrescu, Disclosure of Corporate Tax Reports, Tax Enforcement, and Insider Trading Michael Knoll (Penn) & Ruth Mason (Virginia), Comptroller v. Wynne: Internal Consistency, a National Marketplace, and Limits on State Sovereignty to Tax, 163 U. Pa. L. Rev. Online 267 (2015) Stevanie Neuman (Missouri), Thomas Omer...
Shares of printer maker Lexmark International (LXK) are up $1.86, or almost 5%, at $42.65, in late trading, after the company this afternoon announced it will purchase enterprise software maker Kofax (KFX) for $11 per share, or a total enterprise value of $1 billion, using Lexmark’s overseas cash. The price is a 47% premium to Kofax’s close of $7.50 [...]
Coming up this Friday and Saturday Mar. 27-28 in D.C., Federalist Society holds star-filled conference on Treaties and National Sovereignty at George Washington University [Nicholas Quinn Rosenkranz] Trade agreements are being promoted...Show More Summary