Apple Finally Settles iPad Trademark Dispute in China; Proview Accepts $60 Million

Apple Finally Settles iPad Trademark Dispute in China; Proview Accepts $60 Million

Apple's two-year-long trademark battle with Proview Technology over the use of the name iPad has finally come to a close. The Cupertino, Calif.-based computer giant has reportedly agreed to pay the Chinese electronics maker $60 million to settle the dispute of ownership, which will removes any further obstacles to selling its popular line of tablets in China.
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It's Apple 2, Samsung 0 In US Patent Contests This Week

Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL) scored its second major win of the week over Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (Korea: 005930) in intellectual-property litigation on Friday, as Apple was granted a court order blocking U.S. sales of Samsung's Galaxy Nexus smartphone.
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Sick Americans Relieved At High Court Health Ruling

Under the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act led by President Barack Obama, people like 59-year-old freelance writer Gail Richardson could be eligible for insurance under an expanded Medicaid program for low-income earners now that the highest U.S. court has rejected a challenge to the law's constitutionality.
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Health Care Supreme Court Decision: Shares of Medicaid MCOs Soar

The Supreme Court health care decision confirming the constitutionality of the president's signature legislative achievement and expanding insurance to millions of low-income Americans under Medicaid will provide a large influx of new customers and notable revenue opportunity for Medicaid-focused managed-care organizations (MCOs).
Congressman Darrell Issa, at left, and Attorney General Eric Holder, at right.

Issa Charges Obama With 'Fast and Furious' Coverup

The Republican chairman of a House panel is accusing President Obama of either obscuring his involvement in the failed Fast and Furious gun-tracking program or improperly invoking executive privilege


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