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  • Aereo Supreme Court Arguments Highlight Cloud Computing

    The Supreme Court, weighing the fate of Aereo Inc.’s online-TV service, is confronting a broader question that affects consumers and the technology providers they use, from Apple Inc. to Google Inc.

  • Nestle, Aereo, Pfizer, Momenta: Intellectual Property

    Nestle SA offered to lift obstacles to rivals that make knockoff capsules for Nespresso coffee machines in France, aiming to end a probe by the competition regulator in the largest market for the iconic brand.

  • U.S. Home Sales, Apple, Facebook, Russia: Week Ahead April 21-26

    U.S. existing home sales last month held close to the lowest level since July 2012, while new home sales and durable goods orders probably picked up, data this week may show.

  • Diller Goes Big in Supreme Court Gamble on Aereo’s Future

    From the moment billionaire media mogul Barry Diller joined the board of Aereo Inc. in 2012, he had a date with the U.S. Supreme Court.

  • Diller Sees Aereo in Every Major City If Backed by Court

    Barry Diller plans to expand Aereo Inc.’s streaming-TV service into every major U.S. city if the startup prevails in its fight with broadcasters before the nation’s highest court.

  • Knowles, Boise State, Aereo: Intellectual Property

    Knowles Corp., a maker of hearing- aid components and microphones for smartphones, said a Chinese court barred it from a trial where it’s the defendant in a patent dispute with Apple Inc. supplier Goertek Inc.

  • Lewis-Katsuyama-O’Brien Rumble Just the Beginning: Opening Line

    Tie down a hungry dog and start jabbing it with a stick and you get a sense of what went down on CNBC yesterday afternoon when Bats Exchange President Bill O’Brien faced off with Brad Katsuyama and Michael Lewis over high-frequency trading. O’Brien, apparently operating on the notion that the best defense is a good offense, verbally lunged at Katsuyama at the first moment, accusing the chief executive officer of IEX Group of “trying to build a business on the planks of fear, mistrust and accusation,” telling both of them they should be ashamed, as if they were in a conspiracy of some kind -- and then it got uglier. He hectored, he badgered, he sulked, interrupted and ridiculed. There were insinuations that Lewis had money in IEX, which Lewis denied. (For the record, Lewis is an occasional columnist for Bloomberg, although no one’s really sure what he looks like.) If electronic exchanges

  • CBS May Create Its Own Internet-TV Service to Challenge Aereo

    CBS Corp. would consider creating its own online-streaming television service with other networks if Aereo Inc. is allowed to continue selling broadcast programming over the Internet.

  • Vimeo Starts $10 Million Fund to Lure Filmmakers to Its Platform

    Vimeo LLC, the video-streaming site owned by billionaire Barry Diller’s IAC/InterActiveCorp, is committing $10 million to a fund to persuade film creators to sell their content through its on-demand movie service.

  • IAC’s Diller Says Decision to Buy Newsweek Was ‘Fool’s Errand’

    Barry Diller, the billionaire chairman of IAC/InterActiveCorp, said he regrets buying Newsweek magazine, which he merged with the Daily Beast website in 2010.

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