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Jury Sides With Apple In Patent Infringment Case

Jurors have sided with Apple in a patent infringement case between it and Samsung. Melissa Block speaks with Wendy Kaufman, who's covering the lawsuit.
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Apple Emerges Victorious In Patent Trial Against Samsung

A jury decided Samsung violated many patents and awarded Apple more than $1 billion in damages.
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Can Livestrong Survive Armstrong's Fall?

Lance Armstrong's announcement that he would no longer fight doping allegations might seem a crushing blow to his foundation for cancer survivors. But Livestrong's CEO says that "for the organization, it's the right thing."
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Failure Of Lilly Drug Is Latest Alzheimer's Setback

It's the latest setback in a field marked by failure. Earlier this month, Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson said they were dropping development of a similar experimental drug after big clinical studies showed it wasn't working.
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Manufacturing And Regulations

An industry report says manufacturers are overburdened with rules. But health, safety and environmental watchdogs argue regulations are not strict enough. The role of regulations in the U.S. economy.

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Arty Students, Not Party Students, Are Champs Of Late-Night Food Delivery

Small private school students ordered 70 percent more food than others between midnight and 2 a.m. That could be because they tend to have more money and fewer on-campus dining options during those hours.
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Controversy Brewing Around Colombian Beer

The legal battle is between a beer called Duh and the brew in Fox's show The Simpsons called Duff.
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Sony To Post Layoffs In Its Cell Phone Division

The Japanese electronics company is in the middle of a restructuring. Now Sony says it'll lay off about a thousand people in its mobile phone division. The company wants to shift resources into smartphones.

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