Atlanta-based Cox, the cable operator offering services in 22 states, is accused of infringing on eight AT&T patents that all “relate to systems and methods for improving the quality and reducing the cost of telecommunications network services." ...More
The plaintiff Teresa Silvestri has accused the directors of the satellite TV company of breaching their fiduciary duties by failing to ensure shareholders obtain the maximum purchase price for the company. ...More
In a new lawsuit, Sprint is seeking a refund worth millions and a declaration that the defendants cease and desist assessing the charges on commercial mobile radio service (CMRS) calls that begin and end in the same “Major Trading Area." ...More
In charges filed in federal court, a California man is accused of using investor funds to make Ponzi payments and purchase golf courses, vacant land, a warehouse and single-family homes rather than build cloud services. ...More
Apple didn't present enough evidence to warrant a U.S. sales ban of several older models of Samsung smartphones, a judge ruled, prompting Yankee Group to comment on the potential effects of the ban. ...More
"The agent channel isn't there unless there is some form of good faith trust with us and the carriers," said TDM's Robert Bowling. With a jury on TDM's side, it's up to a judge to decide the damages. ...More
There's not much point in going to a trade show if you don't take the opportunity to improve your business. In this video, Mojo Marketing's Angela Leavitt has six tips on making your trade show experience one you will never forget.