The telecom equipment maker may be on the hook for as much as $1.2 billion for violating sanctions against Iran.
The victims were a social network and an "internet-related services" company, according to the feds.
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Indian IT firms adjust their visa strategies in the US as the government begins accepting foreign work applications next month.
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The home rental company expands and rebrands in the Far East.
The e-retailer will build a list of logos and intellectual property in its war against knockoffs.
The beleaguered ride-hailing company says it's addressing its "cult of the individual."
Google officially releases the Android O preview for developers, Samsung's Bixby looks to be the smartest AI on a phone, and Super Mario Run comes to Android!
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In a report, the social network says its internal tools found many of the offending accounts.
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