Fujitsu Ltd., the Japanese maker of semiconductors, computers and communications equipment, is the top owner of patents related to 3-D printing, according to a study released by the U.K.’s Intellectual Property Office.
Apple Inc. said a monitor appointed to oversee antitrust compliance at the company in the wake of its electronic books price-fixing case is “operating in an unfettered and inappropriate manner” and overbilling for it -- charging more than $138,000 in his first two weeks.
As billionaire Beanie Baby creator H. Ty Warner awaits his sentence for offshore Swiss bank tax evasion, he may find solace in the sentences many similar felons are getting -- probation or prison terms lighter than prosecutors wanted.
The federal judge who last month found Apple Inc. liable for fixing e-book prices said she plans to limit the remedies sought by the U.S. to ensure they “rest as lightly as possible” on the way the company does business.
Apple Inc. will find out sometime in the coming weeks whether it’s legally responsible for an alleged scheme to fix prices for electronic books, after an unusual three-week civil antitrust trial in Manhattan.
Apple Inc., the world’s biggest technology company, was barred from entering into anticompetitive contracts with electronic-book publishers, two months after a judge said it played a “central role” in a conspiracy to fix prices.