Microsoft Corp.’s Xbox video-gaming system doesn’t violate the patent rights of Google Inc.’s Motorola Mobility unit, a U.S. trade judge said.
D.E. Shaw & Co., the $28 billion multistrategy hedge fund, hired Angel Ubide from Tudor Investment Corp. and Brian Sack from the Federal Reserve Bank of New York as global economics directors.
For Jonathan Kirsch, a Los Angeles attorney, it’s elementary: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s literary works published before 1923 are in the public domain.
Intel Corp. won a patent- infringement case some U.S. lawmakers said could have threatened jobs at the chipmaker’s U.S. manufacturing plants.
U.S. Senator Ron Wyden’s son has started a hedge fund in the basement of the former family home. That doesn’t mean his father is getting in on the ground floor.
D.E. Shaw & Co., the $20 billion asset manager founded by David Shaw, is moving Julius Gaudio , one of its six executive committee members, to Hong Kong from New York to increase the ranks of senior management in Asia.
A sequence of yoga poses cannot be copyrighted, a federal judge in Los Angeles ruled.
Intel Corp. won the first round of a patent-infringement case that some lawmakers said may threaten jobs at the company’s U.S. manufacturing plants.
D.E. Shaw & Co., the $20 billion asset manager founded by David Shaw, aims to capture more money from Japanese pension funds by adding staff and offering alternative investments such as hedge funds.
D.E. Shaw & Co. and Brevan Howard Asset Management LLP each will get $350 million from New York City’s police, fire and civil-employee pensions as the retirement plans expand into hedge funds.
"We're still on the ascent."
- David Shaw on Jan 01, 2013