Warren Buffett, speaking last April at Coca-Cola Co.’s annual meeting, warned that the beverage giant shouldn’t get complacent about its success. Ten months later, those words could come back to haunt the company.
Ryan Seacrest’s Typo Products LLC asked a U.S. judge to find that BlackBerry Ltd. is seeking to enforce patents that aren’t valid in its lawsuit to block Typo from shipping a new iPhone case.
Fox Broadcasting canceled the Simon Cowell-led TV talent show “The X Factor” after completing the program’s third season.
David Beckham is bringing a Major League Soccer franchise to Miami.
“American Idol,” the singing competition show, drew the smallest audience to a season premiere since the program’s initial 2002 start.
BlackBerry Ltd., the Canadian smartphone maker, asked a U.S. judge to prevent Ryan Seacrest’s Typo Products LLC from shipping its new iPhone case, claiming Typo copied the design.
The Typo Keyboard, an iPhone accessory backed by “American Idol” host Ryan Seacrest, is scheduled to ship to customers by the end of the month after the product sold out of its initial inventory.
What if you could get all the benefits of a BlackBerry-style keyboard without giving up your iPhone?
Rupert Murdoch’s Fox broadcast network will move to year-round development of television series, skipping the traditional pilot season in an approach that more closely resembles cable TV’s process.
BlackBerry Ltd., the smartphone maker that withdrew plans to sell itself and go private last year, sued Ryan Seacrest’s Typo Products LLC alleging it copied designs for a keyboard case.