Apple must run ads saying Samsung didn't copy iPad

First Post Thu 19 Jul, AT 10:38

US tech giant to eat humble pie by UK judge after losing copyright infringement action

Will Megaupload judge's exit change outcome of Dotcom trial?

First Post Wed 18 Jul, AT 14:53

Judge in extradition case steps down over joke to copyright conference suggesting the US is 'the enemy'

Petrol prices might have been fixed in same way as Libor

One-Minute Read Mon 16 Jul, AT 08:33

MPs call for inquiry after G20 report says oil price is open to 'manipulation' because it relies on honesty of traders

Barclays faces legal action in US over Libor rate fixing

Briefing Fri 13 Jul, AT 14:26

Meanwhile, Leicester City Council announces plans to remove £6m in deposits from under-fire bank

Wells Fargo pays out $175m in mortgage race bias case

One-Minute Read Fri 13 Jul, AT 11:06

US bank settles claim that it charged Hispanics and blacks higher loan rates, but refuses to admit guilt

Megaupload: Kim Dotcom offers to give up extradition fight

First Post Wed 11 Jul, AT 10:01

But only if the US lifts the freeze on his assets to allow him to pay his lawyers

2012 Olympics torch

TV license required to watch Olympics at work

Olympic Diary Tue 10 Jul, AT 11:27

Olympic gossip: TV Licensing says pay up if your employees watch Games, Beckham gets two jobs at London 2012

Samsung Galaxy Tab

Apple iPad cooler than Samsung Galaxy, says High Court judge

One-Minute Read Tue 10 Jul, AT 10:05

Judge rules that Samsung Galaxy Tab does not look too similar to iPad because it is 'not as cool'

Spain gets €30bn eurozone loan for struggling banks

One-Minute Read Tue 10 Jul, AT 08:55

EuroGroup agrees first part of €100bn payment will be handed over at end of month

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Reform the Lords? You're fired, Alan Sugar tells Nick Clegg

One-Minute Read Fri 6 Jul, AT 14:03

The star of BBC1's The Apprentice also offers only lukewarm support to party leader Ed Miliband

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