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Apple bid $16m for Chinese iPad trademark, Proview lowers asking price from $2b to $63m: Reports

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With Apple said to be entering serious negotiations with Proview, looking to settle the lengthy legal battle over rights to the Chinese iPad trademark, Apple representatives are reported to have offered $16 million for the mark. A report shared by Sina (via the Beijing Times) states that Apple offered 100 million yuan ($16...
Apple bid $16m for Chinese iPad trademark, Proview lowers asking price from $2b to $63m: Reports

Proview creditor calls for bankruptcy as iPad trademark suit drags on

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As the legal battle between Proview and Apple over the iPad trademark in China continues, one creditor has become unwilling to wait for a settlement and has applied to have the ailing monitor maker declared bankrupt....
Proview creditor calls for bankruptcy as iPad trademark suit drags on
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Proview in jeopardy over creditor's appeals court complaint

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An appeal to a Chinese court by creditor Fubon Insurance may force an early end to Apple's trademark dispute with failing Chinese manufacturer Proview. Fubon is attempting to have an earlier lower court ruling in April overturned. The lower court had blocked the liquidation of Proview pending the outcome of...
Proview in jeopardy over creditor's appeals court complaint

Creditor request to liquidate Proview blocked due to iPad trademark potential

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Proview's lawsuit against Apple over the iPad trademark in China will continue unobstructed now that a court has blocked one creditor's attempt to liquidate the company....
Creditor request to liquidate Proview blocked due to iPad trademark potential

Bankrupt, Crowd-Funded SellaBand Acquired by German Investors

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Full text of the announcement SellaBand, the bankrupt crowd-funded online record label, announced late Wednesday afternoon that it has found buyers and a new CEO in Munich, Germany. The announcement says the site, which tried to reinvent the traditional model by raising tens of thousands of dollars from fans to...
Bankrupt, Crowd-Funded SellaBand Acquired by German Investors

Halsey Minor Sold A Company For $1.8 Billion 5 Years Ago And Now He's Broke

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It takes a real power shopper to blow through the proceeds of a $1.8 billion deal in five years. But CNET's founder, Halsey Minor, managed to do it. In 2008, Minor sold CNET Networks to CBS for $1.8 billion. But just last week, the 47-year-old filed for personal bankruptcy. Minor owes as...
Halsey Minor Sold A Company For $1.8 Billion 5 Years Ago And Now He's Broke

Kodak: Maybe We Won't Sell Our Digital Imaging Patents

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Kodak is having second thoughts about selling off its digital imaging patent portfolio. The struggling photography pioneer, which for the past year has been gearing up to sell off some 1,100 patents as part of its effort to emerge from bankruptcy, said Thursday that it may not sell some —...
Kodak: Maybe We Won't Sell Our Digital Imaging Patents

Apple faces wait for iPad trademark decision as Proview fights creditors

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Apple’s position in the iPad trademark lawsuit is set to become a little more complicated after it was revealed this morning that Chinese creditors have appealed for Taiwanese electronic firm Proview to be put into liquidation, freezing the case in accordance with Chinese law. WantChinaTimes reports that Proview creditor Fubon Insurance...
Apple faces wait for iPad trademark decision as Proview fights creditors

Haiti: A Creditor, Not a Debtor

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Haiti: A Creditor, Not a Debtor

ThinkFlood closes shop, brings RedEye universal remote down with it

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Fans of ThinkFlood might want to shed a few tears today, as the company has just announced it's closing its doors. As a reminder, ThinkFlood was responsible for the RedEye universal remote control system that allowed any smartphone or web-connected device to control everything from a home theatre to...
ThinkFlood closes shop, brings RedEye universal remote down with it

Taiwanese creditor seeks Proview liquidation at bankruptcy hearing

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Fubon Insurance on Wednesday argued in a Chinese high court to have debtor Proview Technology liquidated and if successful could bring an abrupt end to an ongoing iPad trademark suit being leveled against Apple....
Taiwanese creditor seeks Proview liquidation at bankruptcy hearing

Proview creditor moves to have company liquidated

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One of Proview Electronics' major creditors, Taiwan's Fubon Insurance, is taking steps to have Proview liquidated, according to Chinese media outlets. Fubon is reportedly asking for $8.68 million in debts from Proview, and has filed to have Proview declared bankrupt. An official at Shenzhen's Intermediate Court says he expects an...
Proview creditor moves to have company liquidated

Court denies creditor demand to liquidate Proview Shenzhen

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The Intermediate People's Court in Shenzhen has rejected a request to liquidate the assets of Proview Shenzhen, China Daily reports. One of Proview's creditors, Fubon Insurance, had previously filed several requests to have Proview's Shenzhen subsidiary liquidated. Although Proview is currently suing Apple, Fubon has argued that Proview won't make...
Court denies creditor demand to liquidate Proview Shenzhen

Shanghai court rejects iPad ban, gives Apple some respite in trademark fight

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Apple has been given a little bit of respite in its fight to overturn trademark rulings in China after a Chinese court ruled that the company will not be forced to pull sales of its iPad tablet in the world’s largest city. There had been some confusion over the status...
Shanghai court rejects iPad ban, gives Apple some respite in trademark fight

Proview creditor Bank of China may push to settle with Apple over iPad trademark

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Apple’s fight for the rights to the iPad trademark in China saw a new development today as Proview revealed that the Bank of China is one creditor that is currently managing the firm. The Bank of China and Minsheng Bank were revealed to have “controlled” the company since March 2009, according to Proview...
Proview creditor Bank of China may push to settle with Apple over iPad trademark

Zediva completes liquidation, customers get nothing

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Unsuccessful DVD streaming service Zediva said in an email to its former customers this weekend that it has completed its liquidation process after a court ruling forced it to shut down last fall. The email read, in part: “The process of liquidating the company’s few remaining assets has now been...
Zediva completes liquidation, customers get nothing

Proview fights for iPad trademark all the way to bankruptcy

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It’s a lot harder to pursue a trademark case when you’re bankrupt. And that could soon be the scenario faced by Proview, the Taiwanese company that is asserting it — and not Apple — owns the iPad trademark in China. The Associated Press reports Monday that Fubon Insurance, a Proview...
Proview fights for iPad trademark all the way to bankruptcy

Kodak in Deal to Hand Units to U.K. Retirees

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Eastman Kodak Co. reached a deal to turn over the camera-film business that helped make it a blue-chip company and other enterprises to U.K. retirees in exchange for wiping out pension obligations, said people familiar with the matter, in a deal that sets the stage for the onetime photography icon...
Kodak in Deal to Hand Units to U.K. Retirees

Inmarsat hands LightSquared a lifeline, hopes to get that $56 million back later

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Remember LightSquared? Of course you do, it was the noble yet doomed attempt to build a nationwide 4G LTE network. Days before Sprint dumped it, billionaire Philip Falcone's enterprise defaulted on a $56 million spectrum allocation payment to British satellite operator Inmarsat. Now LightSquared's biggest creditor has offered a...
Inmarsat hands LightSquared a lifeline, hopes to get that $56 million back later
Interest low, Kodak may rethink plans to sell its digital imaging patents

Carl Icahn unloads his LightSquared debt, creditor talks trudge on

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Carl Icahn is no stranger in this field -- he's been caught tussling with Motorola and bidding Yahoo's board adieu in recent years -- and most recently, he's managed to get caught up in one of the bigger wireless whirlwinds this planet has ever seen. Just months after Icahn...
Carl Icahn unloads his LightSquared debt, creditor talks trudge on

Bankruptcy May Swallow Up The Company That Is Suing Apple Over The iPad Trademark

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SHANGHAI (AP) — A major creditor of Proview Electronics, which is challenging Apple Inc.'s use of the iPad trademark, has moved to have the ailing computer monitor maker liquidated, reports said Monday. Taiwan-based Fubon Insurance is seeking $8.68 million in debts and has filed an application to have Proview...
Bankruptcy May Swallow Up The Company That Is Suing Apple Over The iPad Trademark
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