Juniper Networks Inc.’s infringement case against Palo Alto Networks Inc. resulted in a mistrial when a jury failed to reach a decision on all three of the disputed patents. Palo Alto shares rose as much as 13 percent.
Samsung Electronics Co. defeated Apple Inc.’s bid for a court order barring U.S. sales of some Samsung smartphones that were found to infringe Apple patents in a ruling that may affect a trial over current products.
Retired Detroit public workers sent dozens of handwritten letters to the federal judge overseeing the city’s record municipal bankruptcy, pleading with him to protect their health-care and pension benefits.
Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia President Charles Plosser, who votes on policy this year, said incremental reductions in bond purchases at each Fed meeting may be too small with U.S. growth poised to accelerate this year.
Sri Lanka’s deepening economic ties with China offer it a cushion from any measures aimed at pressuring the South Asian country into cooperating with investigations into alleged crimes during its civil war.
DuPont Co.’s secrets for cleanly manufacturing the ubiquitous white pigment found in paper and plastics were stolen and sold to a Chinese company by a California engineer, a jury said, handing a conviction to U.S. prosecutors cracking down on economic espionage.