Humphrey Bogart is still on top after all these years.
Burberry Group Plc, the U.K.’s largest luxury-goods company, dropped a U.S. lawsuit against Humphrey Bogart’s heirs defending its display of the late actor’s image in its advertising.
While filming “The African Queen” in Uganda and what was then called the Belgian Congo, Katharine Hepburn battled soldier ants, got chased by elephants and handled Humphrey Bogart’s toupee.
InterDigital Inc. won an appeals court ruling reviving its effort to force Nokia Oyj to pay patent royalties on the third generation of mobile-phone technology. InterDigital soared as much as 25 percent on the decision.
Burberry Group Plc and heirs of Humphrey Bogart have filed lawsuits against each other over an image of the late actor wearing a Burberry trench coat in the film “Casablanca.”