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Sprint sues Dish, Clearwire to prevent $6B takeover bid

The wireless carrier's lawsuit claims the deal violates shareholder rights and Delaware laws.

By June 17, 2013

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Lego tower measuring 11 stories claims Guinness record

School community in Delaware builds world's tallest Lego tower, measuring just under 113 feet tall.

By August 20, 2013

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Sprint: Dish's offer to buy Clearwire violates state law

Dish's proposal to acquire Clearwire is not "actionable" as certain aspects of it violate Delaware state law, claims Sprint.

By June 3, 2013

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Which states have the best broadband? Check out this report

The trade group TechNet ranked states according to the strength of their broadband networks Good news if you happen to live in Washington, Massachusetts or Delaware.

By December 5, 2012

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Unfriend: What drove Zuck to fire Saverin

Facebook co-founder Saverin dragged his feet in re-forming the company as a Delaware limited-liability corporation, a necessary step for raising money.

By May 15, 2012

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Apple data center helps fuel Bloom Energy move to East Coast

Bloom Energy today opens a plant in Delaware to make its Bloom Boxes, which will be used by the local utility and to power Apple's North Carolina data center.

By April 30, 2012

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Fisker offers to build cars for others in U.S.

Fisker Automotive plans to use its recently acquired plant in Delaware in part to build vehicles for other automakers.

By March 7, 2011

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Apple and RIM targeted by Openwave in patent suit

In a new complaint filed with the U.S. International Trade Commission and a Delaware court, Openwave Systems says Apple and Research In Motion are infringing on five of its patents.

By August 31, 2011

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Does Microsoft's new LLC point to a search deal?

An acquisition of Citrix would make business sense, but Microsoft's registration of a limited liability company in Delaware is likely to lead to a deal with Yahoo.

By May 26, 2009

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Intel, AMD feud over evidence in antitrust case

Chipmakers file motions in the U.S. District Court in Delaware, seeking sanctions against each other related to the retention of information in the 2005 antitrust case.

By October 14, 2009