SAN FRANCISCO, July 10 (Reuters) – Apple Inc
couldn’t have been too surprised on Wednesday when a judge
slammed the company for violating antitrust laws over e-book
pricing – the judge had warned in May that she believed the
government could prove its case.
Accused of playing a central role in a conspiracy with
publishers to eliminate retail price competition and raise
e-book prices, Apple says it has done nothing wrong.
SF’s St Francis hospital, which has the area’s burn unit, is treating 7 passengers from crash. Status of their condition unclear. #sfocrash
SF General hospital says second wave of patients coming in.
The previous tweet should have said patients NOT patents. As can be seen, I am more used to reporting on patents.
SF General hospital says has received ten #SFOcrash patents and all of them are listed in critical condition.
ASPEN, July 1 (Reuters) – U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew
has said he will keep up pressure on China over cyber security,
especially stealing of intellectual property and trade secrets,
which he sees as separate from other Internet-related issues
between the two countries.
The recently appointed Treasury secretary said on Sunday he
had already raised his concerns on cyber security when he met
with Chinese President Xi Jinping in China recently.