The Federal Communications Commission has recently floated a plan to risk the auction’s success in an effort to prop up well-funded carriers like Sprint and T-Mobile by handicapping AT&T and Verizon.
Patent cases are heard only in federal courts and are expensive. Average legal bills for a case going all the way through trial are about $2.5 million for each side.
The problem closed in on GM’s decision makers until every direction offered only a different path to failure.
When it comes to industry players asking for favors, the FCC is still open for business.
A technology-driven economy requires a labor force with a strong complement of highly skilled workers trained in the “STEM” fields.
America needs a critical mass of communities with world-leading bandwidth in order to secure the human capital and resources to innovate.
National security concerns don’t have to undermine technology innovation and economic growth — and we shouldn’t allow them to.
Dear Ranking Member Grassley of the Senate Judiciary Committee and Ranking Member Lee of Judiciary's subcommittee on Antiturst, Competition Policy and Consumer Rights:
We write to express our general support for allowing commercial...
We’re an industry reliant on personal relationships, which cannot be easily achieved online.
Patents helped make possible the innovation that characterized American economic growth for more than two centuries.