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Pandora had long thought it could use pre-1972 recordings free of charge, but the rock band The Turtles are trying to prove them wrong. Last week, Judge Philip S. Gutierrez denied Pandora’s motion to dismiss. This is not the first time the signers from the Turtles, suing as Flo & Eddie, Inc., have been successful against [...]Continue Reading →
On February 25, 2015 By Peiyuan Guo February 25, 2015
China’s anti-trust investigation of the American chip maker Qualcomm came to an end when the chip giant agreed to pay a record fine of about $975 million last Monday. According to the decision issued by China’s National Development and Reform Commission, the royalties Qualcomm collected from Chinese smartphone manufactures were “unfair” and “excessively [...]Continue Reading →
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In the face of congressional scrutiny, Verizon scales back its exclusivity deals.
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