Samsung Electronics Co. should post a bond equal to 88 percent of the value of smartphones found to infringe Apple Inc. patents if it loses a U.S. trade ruling and wants to keep selling the devices, a judge said.
Larry Hagman, whose portrayal of a rapacious, roguishly charming Texas oilman on the nighttime soap opera “Dallas” left a worldwide television audience wondering, “Who shot J.R.?”, has died, the New York Times said. He was 81.
Sun Myung Moon, the Korean-born founder of the Unification Church and self-proclaimed messiah who built a secretive global business empire that sells cars, guns, newspapers and sushi, has died. He was 92.
The United Arab Emirates agreed to buy K11 rifles from South Korea, becoming the first export customer for the weapon, United Press International reported, citing the U.A.E.’s Defense Acquisition Program Administration.