Cisco Systems Inc. will make Israel the world’s first fully digital country with a fiber-optic network to serve multiple requirements, showcasing technology that other nations may adopt, its chief executive officer said.
Acupuncturist Courtney Wallace was struggling to pay off $60,000 in student debt. Seeking more lucrative work through tapping skills she’d learned as a kid building websites, she went to TrainSignal Inc., which provides web-based computer training for $49 a month. A month later, she was hired as a systems specialist at a consulting company in Chicago.
U.S. stocks rose, with the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index rebounding from last week’s decline, as investors weighed economic data with the prospects for stimulus cuts ahead of this week’s Federal Reserve policy meeting.
Google Inc.’s acquisition of mobile map developer Waze Inc. marks one of the most lucrative outcomes for an Israeli technology startup, and is poised to fuel a wave of investment and entrepreneurship in the country.
InterDigital Inc.’s patent- infringement case against LG Electronics Inc. over mobile-phone technology was revived by a U.S. appeals court that said a trade agency shouldn’t have dismissed the case to have it instead be decided in arbitration.
Tom Claps headed to Texas to scope out developments as TiVo Inc.’s trial against Google Inc.’s Motorola Mobility unit neared, with as much as $1 billion at stake over rights to digital-video-recorder technology.
TiVo Inc. plunged the most in three years after settling a patent dispute with Google Inc.’s Motorola Mobility unit, Cisco Systems Inc. and Time Warner Cable Inc. for $490 million -- less than analysts had estimated.