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  • Nexstar files antitrust lawsuit against Granite

     
    While local television stations compete against each other for ratings and advertising dollars, their fights don't usually end up in court. But a battle between two broadcasters that own and operate properties in Fort Wayne, Ind., is getting...
  • Google's Eric Schmidt to testify at September Senate hearing

     
    We have a date -- Google Chairman Eric Schmidt will face a U.S. Senate antitrust subcommittee hearing on Sept. 21. The hearing, held by the Senate's Subcommittee on Antitrust, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights is officially called "The Power of...
  • NBA files lawsuit, unfair labor practice charge against players' union

     
    One day after NBA Commissioner David Stern essentially doubted that the players were negotiating in good faith, the league backed up that contention with a one-two punch, filing two claims against the Players' Assn. The first was an unfair labor......
  • NBA players union criticizes league's 'litigation tactics'

     
    NBA lockout: The NBA Players Assn. on Tuesday issued a strongly worded statement criticizing the league for filing two claims against the union....
  • Google likely to face FTC complaint over 'Search Plus Your World'

     
    A privacy watchdog group probably will complain to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission that a new Google search feature raises privacy and antitrust concerns. Marc Rotenberg, executive director of the Electronic Privacy Information Center, said his group is...
  • Italy's Colosseum at center of battle over restoration

     
    A luxury shoemaker is threatening to withdraw his offer to finance restoration of Italy's famed Colosseum. Diego Della Valle of the Tod's group has agreed to spend $33 million helping to restore the iconic monument, but legal challenges and civic protests...
  • Apple sues Samsung again in Germany, calls for ban on 10 phones

     
    Apple has reportedly filed another patent infringement lawsuit against Samsung in Germany, this time calling for a sales ban on 10 smartphones it says crib on its design rights. The design suit -- which calls for a ban on the Galaxy S II, Galaxy S Plus...
  • EU investigating Samsung's 3G patent licensing practices

     
    Samsung's patent lawsuits with Apple and other rivals are bringing the South Korean tech giant a bit of regulator scrutiny in the European Union. On Tuesday, the European Commission, the E.U.'s antitrust agency, said it has formally launched an...
  • Warner's Bronfman vows to 'fight' EMI sale to Universal and Sony

     
    Edgar Bronfman Jr., Warner Music Group's former chief executive and outgoing chairman, said his company would oppose the sale of EMI Group to Warner's two biggest rivals, saying the deals would reduce competition....
  • PA Joins Multi-State E-Books Anti-Trust Suit.

     
    Fresh Over The Transom: Attorney General Linda Kelly says Pennsylvnaia's joined with 14 other states and Puerto Rico in a federal lawsuit charging that three of the nation's largest book publishers -- Penguin, Simon & Schuster and MacMillan -- and......
  • Department of Justice sues Apple and 5 major publishers over e-books

     
    A lawsuit over ebook pricing arrives from the Department of Justice targeting Apple and five of six major publishers: Simon & Schuster, HarperCollins, Hachette, Penguin, and McMillan....