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Apple, Qualcomm CEOs bicker in the press over billion-dollar lawsuit

[2019-01-10 14:13:23]

The CEOs of Apple and Qualcomm sparred in the press this week, both claiming their rival had lied about settlement talks between the two companies over a high-stakes lawsuit that could have billions of dollar in the balance. Apple on Wednesday said it stood by CEO Tim Cook’s remarks, Reuters reports. Last year, Apple Inc. and Qualcomm privately talked about a possible settlement to Apple’s billion-dollar lawsuit over chip licensing fees, and Qualcomm’s resulting countersuit. Those negotiations…

Apple, Qualcomm CEOs bicker in the press over billion-dollar lawsuit


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