In the corporate world, there's probably nothing more exciting--or risky--as mergers and acquisitions. Why do companies merge? Why do they fail?
Policy statement arrives as politicians continue fighting over sweeping measure, which could see a House of Representatives floor vote as soon as Friday.
Microsoft, pending appeals, will no longer have to pay Alcatel-Lucent $1.5 billion after a judge ruled it had a valid license for a patent related to MP3 technology.
Earlier this year, a jury ordered Microsoft to pay Alcatel-Lucent $1.52 billion in a patent dispute over MP3 technology. The verdict seemed ridiculous at the time, and has now been reversed.
iBiquity is the developer and exclusive licensor of digital radio technology in the U.S. What has taken so long to get this technology to consumers? Europe had it over a decade ago. What's the holdup?
The proprietary database world loves to tell itself that open source databases like MySQL don't scale, and aren't ready for prime-time enterprise deployments. The numbers tell us something very different.
blog Industrious Kid plans to unveil a redesigned Imbee.com and, through partnership with Steamboat Ventures, offer song downloads.