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WHAT HAPPENED: The Federal Communications Commission is abandoning efforts to negotiate a compromise on so-called "network neutrality" rules intended to ensure that phone and cable TV companies cannot discriminate against Internet traffic traveling over their broadband lines.
In a surprise twist in a corporate espionage case involving two of the world's biggest business software makers, SAP AG on Thursday said it won't fight claims that a subsidiary stole valuable data from rival Oracle Corp. and that SAP tried to use it to steal customers.
The U.S. armed services are issuing internal messages to all personnel barring them from visiting the WikiLeaks website, which recently posted 77,000 classified diplomatic and military messages on the long war in Afghanistan.
Microchip Technology Inc. on Thursday reported that its net income more than tripled in the latest quarter as sales of analog chips and micrcontrollers set records and the company benefited from a big acquisition.
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Federal regulators are abandoning efforts to negotiate a compromise on so-called "network neutrality" rules intended to ensure that phone and cable TV companies cannot discriminate against Internet traffic traveling over their broadband lines.
HIGHER EARNINGS: Time Warner Cable Inc. reported net income of $342 million, or 95 cents per share, in the second quarter. That's 8 percent higher than the $316 million, or 89 cents per share, a year earlier.
Google Inc. is loosening restrictions on using brand names in its lucrative European advertising business, a move that puts a greater burden on big-name retailers to protect their trademarks online.
Google Inc. and Verizon Communications Inc. are close to finalizing a proposal for so-called "network neutrality" rules, which would dictate how broadband providers treat Internet traffic flowing over their lines, according to a person briefed on the negotiations.