fought battle

fought battle

Pfizer Can't Keep Its Viagra Patent Up In Canada

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Today, in a ruling from the Supreme Court of Canada, Pfizer lost its Canadian patent on Viagra as the result of a long-fought battle with rival pharmaceutical manufacturer Teva, which sought to make a generic version of the popular drug. Though the patent was not set to expire until 2014,...
Pfizer Can't Keep Its Viagra Patent Up In Canada

A hard-fought battle rages over BlackBerry sales estimates

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Pretty much on the same day as Digitimes reported that BlackBerry boosting its component orders, a directly opposite message was sent by Pacific Crest's James Faucette. He sees an enormous gap between production and demand; combined sell-through of well below 500,000 Z10 and Q10 models with production remaining above 1.5 million...
A hard-fought battle rages over BlackBerry sales estimates

ITU and Google face off at Dubai conference over future of the internet

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The battle lines are drawn for an east v west showdown at a UN conference on telecoms regulation starting on MondayTwo thousand delegates from 193 countries are meeting for the World Conference on International Telecommunications (WCIT) in Dubai this week to negotiate a treaty on telecoms regulation that has not...
ITU and Google face off at Dubai conference over future of the internet

22 countries engage in vintage armored beatdowns at Battle of the Nations

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On a field in Aigues-Mortes, France, armies from 22 nations are clashing. Armed and armored in medieval style, the combatants are vying for the title in this years' Battle of the Nations western martial arts championship. The entire thing is being streamed live on YouTube. This isn't a contest...
22 countries engage in vintage armored beatdowns at Battle of the Nations

Wildfire Is Huge: First Stats In Years Reveal 300 Employees, 13,000 Customers

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Through the hard-fought battle to represent the world’s top brands, social marketing platform Wildfire has stayed quiet. But today, it revealed to TechCrunch that it has 13,000 paying customers, more than any company in the space, and has grown from 7 to 300 employees since the start of 2010, making it...
Wildfire Is Huge: First Stats In Years Reveal 300 Employees, 13,000 Customers
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