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Mobile etiquette lessons with Palm CEO Ed Colligan

Mobile etiquette lessons with Palm CEO Ed Colligan

By Aug. 29, 2006


Steve Jobs threatened Palm with patents over no-poaching deal, says court filing

In a sworn statement made public today, former Palm CEO Edward Colligan says Jobs brandished patents when trying to get Palm to agree to a deal in which neither company would nick the other's employees.

By Jan. 22, 2013


Apple, Google, and the e-mail trail in the no-poaching case

A paper trail of e-mails published by The Verge from court filings suggest that technology firms agreed not to recruit employees from each other.

By Jan. 23, 2013


Palm CEO holds court on patents, Pre

Despite speculation that Apple was thinking about taking legal action against Palm's Pre, Palm's CEO thinks Apple was just staking out a defensive position.

By Feb. 11, 2009


Report: Palm spurned Apple offer on hiring

Steve Jobs in 2007 wanted to stop Apple execs from jumping ship to Palm, but Palm's then CEO Ed Colligan wouldn't strike a deal, Bloomberg News reports.

By Aug. 20, 2009


Palm picks new pilot to run company

Ed Colligan is stepping down as chief of the smartphone maker, and Jon Rubinstein takes over.

By Jun. 10, 2009


Palm still waiting for new products to end losses

Palm's fourth fiscal quarter was just like the last few: sales of the Centro are taking off, but Palm's making little if any money on the sale of each $99 smartphone.

By Jun. 26, 2008


Palm CEO talks up 'Nova,' his 2009 operating system

Mobile computing pioneer Palm has been battered the past couple of years, but is pinning its hopes on a Linux-based mobile operating system designed around the Internet.

By May. 28, 2008


Palm developing its own Linux-based platform

CEO Ed Colligan provided little details on the new operating system at Palm's investor and analyst conference today.

By Apr. 10, 2007


Palm's losses continue, but Centro proclaimed a hit

Centro shipments set a company record, but Palm's still having a rough time battling component shortages and getting products out on schedule.

By Dec. 18, 2007