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Economists increasingly expect hiring to pick up in the second half of the year, even as overall growth is likely to slow.
In a June 30 story about a patent case, The Associated Press erroneously reported that the U.S. International Trade Commission essentially agreed with a judge who threw out Kodak's patent claims, giving Kodak a partial loss. In fact, the commission kept much of the case open. The commission sided with the judge on issues that Kodak did not dispute.
The U.S. International Trade Commission issued a mixed verdict Thursday in Eastman Kodak Co.'s high-stakes patent-infringement dispute with the makers of the iPhone and BlackBerry phones. The ruling disappointed investors.
Samsung Electronics is asking the United States to prohibit Apple from importing key products including the latest iPhone and iPad devices amid an escalating patent dispute.
Some Americans act as if Congress and the president have a jobs switch somewhere they can flip to help the economy. If only they did. No modern economy is that simple. The factors that affect employment can be complex.
Nokia Corp. on Tuesday notched a valuable win against rival Apple Inc., with the U.S. company agreeing to pay the Finnish handset maker a one-time sum to settle long-standing patent disputes as well as royalties for current licenses.
Nokia Corp. has settled a long drawnout patent dispute with Apple Inc., putting an end to "all patent litigation" between the two companies, the Espoo-based handset maker said Tuesday.
Staff investigators at the U.S. International Trade Commission sided with photography pioneer Eastman Kodak in its patent-infringement battle with smartphone giants Apple and Research in Motion.
Stock in Eastman Kodak Co. rose sharply Wednesday after staff investigators at the U.S. International Trade Commission sided with the photography pioneer in its patent-infringement battle with smartphone giants Apple Inc. and Research in Motion Ltd.