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US will investigate Fitbit and Garmin following Philips complaints

The new year isn't getting off to a great start for some wearable device makers. The US International Trade Commission has agreed to investigate Fitbit, Garmin, distributor Ingram Micro and two

Sonos sues Google for allegedly copying its speaker technology

Sonos may have to cozy up to partners like Amazon and Google to compete in the smart speaker world, but that doesn't mean it's happy with how it's being treated. The company has sued Google in federal
Ramdev’s Patanjali seems to have left behind a brief red patch

Ramdev’s Patanjali seems to have left behind a brief red patch

The firm earned $535 million in April-Sept 2019-20, the highest ever in the first half of any financial year.

Disrupting the Industry: Korean Battery Suppliers at Each Other’s Throats

While the automotive industry continues cleaning itself up via electrification and moral corporate messaging, most aspects of doing business have remained decently dirty. For all this striving for a

Trade commission finds Chinese aluminum wire, cable export harms U.S. industry

The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) on Wednesday said it had determined that U.S. industry was materially injured by below-cost imports of aluminum wire and cable from China, locking in U.S.

GlobalFoundries lawsuit threatens sales bans against Apple, NVIDIA

The competition between semiconductor giants is getting ugly, and it could have an unfortunate impact on many of the devices you buy. GlobalFoundries has sued the Taiwanese firm TSMC for allegedly

UC Santa Barbara sues Amazon and IKEA over LED lighting

UC Santa Barbara has had enough of retailers selling its patented LED light bulb technology without authorization. This week, the university filed a lawsuit charging Amazon, IKEA, Walmart, Target and
Indonesia’s Wake Cup Coffee is the latest entrant in India’s fast-growing cafe market

Indonesia’s Wake Cup Coffee is the latest entrant in India’s fast-growing cafe market

India is now the world’s 10th fastest growing market for specialist coffee and tea retail chains.
Infosys and L&T are the only Indian firms in a new list of 10 best employers in the country

Infosys and L&T are the only Indian firms in a new list of 10 best employers in the country

Salary, job security, and a pleasant work atmosphere matter the most.
A 200-year-old British consumer goods giant is banking on an Indian for growth

A 200-year-old British consumer goods giant is banking on an Indian for growth

The FMCG industry is going through tumultuous times.

Apple v. Qualcomm: You win some, you lose some

Just hours after an International Trade Commission judge ruled in favor of Qualcomm in a patent infringement lawsuit with Apple, the Commission as a whole made the iPhone maker the winner in a

Judge calls for iPhone import ban due to patent infringements

Some iPhone models could soon be blocked from coming into the U.S. after a judge recently ruled that Apple infringed on Qualcomm’s patents. ITC Judge MaryJoan McNamara found that iPhone infringes on
U.S. judge recommends iPhone import ban due to infringed Qualcomm patent (updated)

U.S. judge recommends iPhone import ban due to infringed Qualcomm patent (updated)

Following an International Trade Commission finding in Qualcomm's favor, Apple is now facing a ban on some of its flagship products in the United States.

Qualcomm Again Urging U.S. Regulators to Ban iPhone Import

Qualcomm is urging U.S. trade regulators to reverse a judge ruling and ban the import of iPhones in the United States. In September last year, an administrative judge at the ITC found Apple guilty of
Qualcomm Is Asking for Regulators to Impose an Import Ban on Some Models of iPhones

Qualcomm Is Asking for Regulators to Impose an Import Ban on Some Models of iPhones

Chip manufacturer Qualcomm, which is locked in a bitter patent battle with tech giant Apple that has yet to go to trial, is asking U.S. trade officials to reverse a court ruling and impose a ban on

Apple’s Changes in iOS 12.1 Have Weakened Qualcomm’s ITC Complaint

In July of 2017, Qualcomm officially filed a patent infringement case against Apple. At the time, the company was seeking a sales/import ban in the United States.

U.S. iPhone ban isn’t out of the question in Qualcomm battle

Certain iPhone models have been barred for sale in China, but a similar ban in the U.S. isn’t totally out of the question. The U.S. International Trade Commission has said that it plans to review a

U.S. tribunal to review ruling on Qualcomm request for iPhone ban

The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) said on Wednesday it would review a ruling that a ban on imports of some iPhones into the United States was not in the public interest, even if Apple Inc