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  • Kodak may consider bankruptcy filing to aid patent sale

    This is no Kodak moment. The 131-year-old camera company has not been profitable since 2007 and is in talks with potential bidders for its patent portfolio, which could rake in about $3 billion, according to an estimate by MDB Capital Group.

  • First Toyota sudden acceleration case dismissed

    U.S. federal judge James Selna dismissed the first sudden acceleration lawsuit against Toyota Motor Corp. Thursday, saying his court lacked jurisdiction and the case should have been filed in Utah state court.

  • Judge hinders Madoff trustee's claims against Mets owners

    Tuesday’s ruling by U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff tossed out nine of the 11 claims of a lawsuit filed by Bernard Madoff trustee Irving Picard against the owners of the New York Mets baseball team, Fred Wilpon and Saul Katz.

  • Samsung, Apple continue patent dispute

    Samsung Electronics and Apple Inc. continued their ongoing patent war Monday at hearings in Australia and the Netherlands.

  • New York transit agency granted immunity

    The Port Authority of New York and New Jersey was granted immunity Thursday by the New York Court of Appeals from claims that it failed to provide sufficient security measures to prevent the 1993 parking garage bombing at the World Trade Center.

  • NBA season stalled by labor talks

    After meeting for more than five hours on Thursday, the National Basketball Association remains without a solution to the labor negotiations as preseason games and training camps are set to begin.

  • Internet companies target Google in antitrust hearing

    The battle for internet dominance reaches Capitol Hill, as Nextag Inc., Yelp Inc. and Expedia Inc. attempt to level the playing field with Google Inc. The companies will face the Internet giant in a Senate antitrust hearing Wednesday over whether or not Google unfairly directs users to Google-owned sites, attracting...

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