• Verizon, TiVo settle patent infringement suit

    To settle patent infringement accusations from TiVo Inc., Verizon Inc. has agreed to pay $250.4 million and enter into a licensing agreement.

  • Verizon dismisses patent from TiVo infringement suit

    And then there was one—patent claim, that is.

  • Sprint says cable companies infringed patents

    In a move signifying that it may be bitter about a recent business deal between cable companies and a major rival, Sprint Nextel Corp. has sued Comcast Corp., Time Warner Cable Inc. and other cable giants for allegedly infringing on its patents.

  • Net neutrality rules finally published

    In a move that will almost assuredly spur a spate of legal challenges that will clog courtrooms almost as much as wireless Internet providers have been slowing down network connections, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) finally published its long-awaited and hotly debated rules for Internet traffic.

  • Verizon to pay $20 million to settle EEOC suit

    Hundreds of former Verizon Communications employees are pretty certain the company can hear them now. Verizon has agreed to pay $20 million and has agreed to a number of conditions in order to settle a nationwide class disability discrimination lawsuit the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) filed. The suit...

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