Apple Inc. asked a U.S. appeals court to reinstate patent-infringement claims it filed against Google Inc.’s Motorola Mobility unit over touch-screen technology used in mobile phones.
Apple Inc. asked a U.S. appeals court today to reinstate patent-infringement claims it filed against Google Inc.’s Motorola Mobility unit over touch-screen technology used in mobile phones.
Cargill Inc., the largest U.S. beef processor, will idle a Texas processing plant after the size of the cattle herd fell to a 60-year low and drought increased feed costs. Cattle futures dropped.
U.S. meat and poultry production may drop as much as 5 percent next year, sending beef and pork prices to a record amid climbing feed costs and shrinking herds, according to Rabobank International.
Symantec Corp., the world’s biggest maker of security software, won’t have to pay Finjan Inc. any royalties after a federal jury decided Symantec didn’t infringe two patents.
Anyone who expects Apple Inc.’s growth to rebound after sales and earnings shortfalls last quarter is “living in denial,” according to David Nelson, chief strategist at Belpointe Asset Management LLC.
Google Inc. agreed to sell its Motorola Home business to Arris Group Inc. for $2.35 billion, finding a buyer for a division that sells television set-top boxes while it focuses on expanding in smartphones.
Global pork production is likely to decline into 2013 as high feed costs spur farmers to liquidate herds, Rabobank International said.
David Nelson, the Australian who’s president of Cambridge University Boat Club, says the lack of British oarsmen in his squad for the annual Boat Race against Oxford University isn’t a disadvantage.
Mark Sanchez’s three-touchdown game overshadowed Tim Tebow’s New York debut as the Jets beat the Buffalo Bills 48-28 in the National Football League team’s season opener.
"The industry does need to rationalize capacity to match up to lower cattle supply."
- David Nelson on Jan 17, 2013