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LightSquared Files for Chapter 11

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LightSquared filed for bankruptcy-court protection as a deal to keep hedge-fund manager Philip Falcone's venture from defaulting wound down....
LightSquared Files for Chapter 11

Atari Files Chapter 11 to Split From Parent

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Atari Inc., the New York-based videogame company, filed to reorganize under Chapter 11 of federal bankruptcy law. The petition, filed in U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York, is an effort to separate the company from its French parent and secure independent capital, the company said Monday....
Atari Files Chapter 11 to Split From Parent

Apple plans to sue bankrupt Kodak for patent infringement

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Despite Kodak filing for bankruptcy and planning to sell off its digital camera business, Bloomberg reports Apple has now asked permission from the U.S. Bankruptcy Court to sue Kodak over patent infringement related to digital cameras, printers, and digital picture frames. Apple will also be filing a lawsuit in...
Apple plans to sue bankrupt Kodak for patent infringement

Apple ordered not to pursue patent suit against Kodak, can’t pick any new fights either

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Apple has been informed by U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Allan Gropper that it cannot continue to pursue litigation with Eastman Kodak, reports Reuters. This marks a success for Kodak, who has been looking to block a decision about its patents from being made by court outside the bankruptcy proceedings. At the time,...
Apple ordered not to pursue patent suit against Kodak, can’t pick any new fights either
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Showdown Looms Over LightSquared Wireless Venture

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A hedge fund with ties to satellite mogul Charlie Ergen is headed for a bankruptcy-court showdown with Wall Street financier Philip Falcone over the fate of his LightSquared Inc. wireless venture, opening up yet another front in the battle for ownership of the airwaves needed to launch future mobile networks....
Showdown Looms Over LightSquared Wireless Venture
Apple's claim to two Kodak patents denied by bankruptcy court

LightSquared Showdown Looms

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A hedge fund with ties to satellite mogul Charlie Ergen is headed for a bankruptcy-court showdown with financier Philip Falcone over his LightSquared wireless venture, opening another front in the battle for airwaves for mobile networks....
LightSquared Showdown Looms

LightSquared Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy

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LightSquared Inc. filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Monday, hours ahead of the expiration of a deal to keep hedge-fund manager Philip Falcone’s venture from defaulting on its debt. LightSquared reported assets and debts each exceeding $1 billion, according to the petition it filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in...
LightSquared Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
The iconic game company Atari files for bankruptcy protection

Solyndra report: No smoking guns

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The most detailed account yet of how the solar panel startup won a $528 million government loan guarantee and then descended into bankruptcy finds no wrongdoing. But it does not address key allegations, including the White House's role. By Roger Parloff, senior editor FORTUNE -- Today Solyndra's chief restructuring officer --...
Solyndra report: No smoking guns

Court approves Kodak financing, could exit bankruptcy by mid-2013

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When Kodak filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy a year ago, the company promised to re-emerge stronger than ever a year later. While that scenario has yet to play out, the gears do seem to be turning: US bankruptcy court Judge Allan Gropper today approved Kodak's bid to borrow up...
Court approves Kodak financing, could exit bankruptcy by mid-2013

THQ split up and sold in five parts through bankruptcy auction

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The writing was on the wall when THQ filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection last month, and now, that writing has been etched in stone. After a 22-hour auction, the major publisher's component parts have been divided and sold off in five separate chunks to outside investors. Company CEO...
THQ split up and sold in five parts through bankruptcy auction

Judge approves Kodak digital-imaging patent sale to Apple, Google and others

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The bankruptcy court judge overseeing Kodak's sell-off of its digital-imaging patents has given the green light to sell the IP to a group of company's that includes Apple, Google, Microsoft and other tech heavyweights....
Judge approves Kodak digital-imaging patent sale to Apple, Google and others

A Cautionary Tale For Techies: The Downfall of a Dotcom Millionaire

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On Sunday the Times published the melancholy and disturbing tale of former dot-com millionaire Jennifer Sultan, who is sitting at Rikers Island, facing the prospect of years in prison. Jennifer Sultan’s name is not familiar to anyone in tech today, but at one time she and her boyfriend Adam Cohen were sitting...
A Cautionary Tale For Techies: The Downfall of a Dotcom Millionaire

Atari Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy In U.S.

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Assets of the iconic gaming manufacturer, creator of Pong and Asteroids, are to be auctioned off. Alas, poor Atari, we knew it well. The iconic gaming firm, purveyors of the addictive blip-fest Pong to a generation of kids, is seeking bankruptcy protection in the U.S., in an attempt to...
Atari Files For Chapter 11 Bankruptcy In U.S.

Kodak patent sale approved by Judge, Apple, Google to pay $527 million

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Despite hammering out the details late last year, Kodak still had to wait for the Bankruptcy court to greenlight its big patent sale. Today, that happened: Judge Allan Gropper has approved the $527 million deal between Kodak, Apple and Google -- giving the floundering photo company final permission to...
Kodak patent sale approved by Judge, Apple, Google to pay $527 million

Press Start: Gearbox buys Homeworld, Nordic Games buys Darksiders and more

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Plus, Xbox 720 rumour round-up, new Vlambeer cloning row, and games industry event planned in lovely Leamington SpaA selection of links, hand-picked by the Guardian games writers.Gearbox Software has acquired the Homeworld franchise | GamasutraThe intergalactic real-time strategy sim is now in the company of Borderlands and Aliens: Colonial Marines...
Press Start: Gearbox buys Homeworld, Nordic Games buys Darksiders and more

Kodak sues Apple in bid to continue with patent sales

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Kodak has filed a new lawsuit against Apple, hoping to stop the latter from interrupting plans to sell part of its patent portfolio, Reuters reports. Documents were submitted yesterday through a bankruptcy court in Manhattan. Kodak asserts that Apple is wrongly claiming to own 10 patents derived from work the...
Kodak sues Apple in bid to continue with patent sales

Apple loses bid to move Kodak hearing to district court

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Manhattan District Court Judge George Daniels has rejected Apple's bid to have its patent dispute with Kodak moved out of bankruptcy court and into district court. The move would have complicated Kodak's plan to sell its potentially lucrative patent portfolio in a sealed-bid process later this year. Kodak is attempting...
Apple loses bid to move Kodak hearing to district court

Kodak gets the green light to sell digital imaging patents

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It's been a long road for Kodak to get to this point, but it seems the floundering company has finally won approval to sell off its digital imaging patents. Over the objections of Apple and Flashpoint (nothing like kicking a company when its down), the Bankruptcy Court awarded Kodak...
Kodak gets the green light to sell digital imaging patents

Kodak opposes Apple's bid to restart patent litigation

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Eastman Kodak has asked a bankruptcy court to decide on its patent dispute with Apple, thus opposing a motion by Apple for permission to resume the patent litigation in another court....
Kodak opposes Apple's bid to restart patent litigation
Kodak wins clearance to sell digital imaging patents

Kodak's Patent Auction Faces Hurdles

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Eastman Kodak's effort to whip up interest in the sale of its digital patent portfolio is flagging, complicating the 132-year-old photography pioneers odds of emerging from bankruptcy court....
Kodak's Patent Auction Faces Hurdles

Apple Seeks Bankruptcy Court's Blessing to Sue Kodak over Patents

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With Kodak having filed last-minute patent lawsuits against Apple and HTC as it was heading into bankruptcy last month, Bloomberg reports that Apple is looking to assert itself against the pioneering photography company with a new lawsuit alleging infringement of Apple-held patents. While Apple says in its filing with the...
Apple Seeks Bankruptcy Court's Blessing to Sue Kodak over Patents

WSJ: LightSquared 'preparing' for bankruptcy protection filing, final decision coming tomorrow

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Can't say it's striking us as any sort of surprise, but the seemingly destined-to-fail LightSquared just might be out of options. After getting a high-five from Sprint and plenty of attention for its initiatives in bringing yet another wireless option to America, those blasted GPS interference issues (or "supposed"...
WSJ: LightSquared 'preparing' for bankruptcy protection filing, final decision coming tomorrow

Apple files appeal over partial Kodak patent victory

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Nearly three weeks after US Bankruptcy Court Judge Allan Gropper ruled that the company had no claim to two imaging patents in its struggle with Kodak, Apple has filed an appeal challenging the judge's finding. The two companies are locked in a dispute over the ownership of a total of...
Apple files appeal over partial Kodak patent victory

Apple and Google Lead Separate Groups in Bidding for Kodak Patents

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Google and Apple are once again going head to head in bidding for a major collection of patents owned by a bankrupt corporation. According to The Wall Street Journal, two consortiums have formed to bid for the patents owned by camera giant Kodak, which is currently in bankruptcy. Apple, Microsoft,...
Apple and Google Lead Separate Groups in Bidding for Kodak Patents

Kodak Sues Apple. Again.

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Kodak is suing Apple again — but this time it’s not for patent infringement, it’s for undermining Kodak’s efforts to sell off the very patents it’s asserting against Apple. In a lawsuit filed late Monday in U.S. bankruptcy court in Manhattan, Kodak accused Apple of attemping to “delay and derail”...
Kodak Sues Apple. Again.
LightSquared goes dark, files for bankruptcy
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