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  • Apple ordered to pay up to $625.5 million in damages to Mirror Worlds

    10/04/2010 11:51:19 AM PDT · by Swordmaker · 24 replies
    Mac Daily News ^ | Monday, October 04, 2010 - 12:23 PM EDT
    "Apple Inc. was ordered by a jury to pay damages to Mirror Worlds LLC for infringing patents related to how documents are displayed on a computer screen," Susan Decker reports for Bloomberg. "The federal jury in Tyler, Texas, awarded $208.5 million in damages for each of the patents infringed. The verdict form was unclear as to whether the amount applies to the three patents collectively or would be charged individually. Lawyers for closely held Mirror Worlds declined to discuss the verdict," Decker reports. MacDailyNews Take: Tyler, Texas. Rocket Docket. Decker reports, "Mirror Worlds, a software business started by a Yale...
  • Obama/Biden "Spreadin' the Wealth" Zero Dollar available - fight Obama, fight Obamacare!

    10/28/2009 2:15:06 PM PDT · by Secret Agent Man · 1 replies · 237+ views
    self | 10/28/09 | Secret Agent Man
    You know the trillions and trillions these Socialists are costing us are going to come due. And let's not forget they've continually (like we predicted) defined "the rich" lower and lower as time as moved on. And that's before the whole tens of trillions we're already on the hook for with the ponzi Social Security scheme, and Medicare and Medicaid. The reality is that these two are going to cost EVERYONE a tremendous amount of money, and do a TREMENDOUS amount of damage. Nobody is going to be spared from these nutjobs' orwellian, liberal nanny-state, rules-are-rules schemes. More and more...
  • Chrysler won't repay bailout money

    05/05/2009 3:20:38 PM PDT · by jimbo123 · 25 replies · 1,193+ views
    CNN Money ^ | 5/5/09 | Chris Isidore
    Chrysler LLC will not repay U.S. taxpayers more than $7 billion in bailout money it received earlier this year and as part of its bankruptcy filing. This revelation was buried within Chrysler's bankruptcy filings last week and confirmed by the Obama administration Tuesday. The filings included a list of business assumptions from one of the company's key financial advisors in the bankruptcy case. Some of the main assumptions listed by Robert Manzo of Capstone Advisory Group were that the Treasury would forgive a $4 billion bridge loan given to Chrysler in the closing days of the Bush administration, a $300...