The wireless way Xbox 360 consoles and controllers connect does not violate a Motorola (now owned by Google) patent. That's what the US International Trade Commission decided for a second time yesterday when it refused to overturn its original no-way-Jose decision from March, reported ZDNet. Show More Summary
Google is apparently facing a fresh antitrust probe from the Federal Trade Commission to find out if it's been abusing its dominance in display-advertising to illegally curb competition. Naughty. Read more...
Angola planned to start a publicly traded bond market in the third quarter as it sought to boost investment, Archer Mangueira, the president of the Capital Markets Commission, said yesterday. ||| Bloomberg Angola planned to start a publicly...Show More Summary
The new actions include a second complaint to the U.S. International Trade Commission and a federal suit in Southern California. Those come on top of other legal actions that date back to last year.
The U.S. International Trade Commission has turned down a request for a ban on Microsoft's Xbox after finding that the gaming device did not infringe a patent owned by Google's Motorola Mobility unit. The ITC's ruling Thursday has essentially confirmed an initial ruling by administrative law judge David P. Show More Summary
The U.S. International Trade commission said Microsoft is free to continue to import Xboxes, after clearing the company of Google's patent violation claims.
Samsung abused its rights as a standard-essential patent holder, Apple said Wednesday, by filing a complaint with the International Trade Commission before even trying to come to an agreement with the Cupertino company over licensing terms.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp did not violate a patent owned by Google subsidiary Motorola Mobility when it made its popular Xbox, the International Trade Commission said on Thursday.
Bloomberg today reports that Google could face a new U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) antitrust probe into its display advertising business. As Bloomberg's Brian Womack and Sara Forden note, the FCC is looking into whether GoogleShow More Summary
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - The European Commission rejected Chinese trade association statements that talks to resolve a dispute over allegations of dumping of solar panels had broken down, while Chinese comments highlighted risks the dispute could escalate....
As early as the twenty-fourth century B.C., the Romans introduced elaborate measures to counter-act fraudulent practices in the olive oil trade. Many amphora fragments bear stamped inscriptions or handwritten notes that record information...Show More Summary
Virtual Piggy Delivers Security Service to Ease Compliance with Federal Trade Commission Regulations Virtual Piggy helps companies comply with FTC's rulings on COPPA LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Virtual Piggy, Inc. (OTCBB: VPIG), an...Show More Summary
By Jason Rantanen Motiva, LLC v. International Trade Commission and Nintendo Co., Ltd. (Fed. Cir. 2013) Download 12-1252.Opinion.5-9-2013.1 Panel: Newman, Prost (author), O'Malley In order to bring a section 337 action in the International Trade Commission to prevent the importation...
The Hispanic Federation sent a letter to the Federal Trade Commission on Friday requesting that the regulator investigate Herbalife, a multi-level marketing firm that sells nutrition products. "It's our understanding that the company's marketing materials promise richness for a few hours of work from home. Show More Summary
By QFinance: By Anthony Harrington It seems that news about the fixing of trillion dollar markets is becoming, well, rather routine. First there was Libor, then there was the announcement that the Commodities Futures Trading Commission...Show More Summary
A recurrent theme here on Techdirt is the lack of transparency when international agreements and treaties are being drawn up. That's increasingly recognized not just as problematic, but simply unacceptable in an age when the Internet...Show More Summary
Operators of two alleged tech support scams that charged consumers hundreds of dollars to supposedly fix their computers have settled charges from the U.S. Federal Trade Commission. Mikael Marczak, doing business as Virtual PC Solutions,...Show More Summary
The Chinese government threatens retaliation if the European Trade Commission goes through with its investigation of anti-competitive practices by Chinese telecom equipment companies.
Behold the power of finance capital. Despite shitting the bed and making us all clean it up, Wall Street will remain essentially the same as the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) caved to the banksters and will continue to allow a cartel to control the derivatives market.
Today something strange happened: a dreary, easily overlooked vote at the Commodity Futures Trading Commission ended up on Gawker.