A lawsuit by a number of banks against Target for the data breach that resulted in the theft of 40 million credit and debit card accounts can proceed, a federal court judge ruled this week, the Star Tribune reports.
BYOD programs bring plenty of focus on data security and employee privacy issues. But what about legal challenges, such as electronic discovery?
Iusacell, Mexico's third largest mobile phone operator, is suing IBM for $2.5 billion, alleging that Big Blue made fraudulent claims that caused Iusacell to lose that amount in profits, Reuters reports.
33 lawsuits across 18 districts filed against Target over its massive data breach last fall will be consolidated in the retailer's home state of Minnesota, the U.S. Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation ruled last week.
While Target continues to suffer in the court of public opinion, its fortunes in a court of law just improved.
A class action lawsuit was filed against Microsoft this week alleging it deliberately misstated financial information over an eight-week period earlier this year.
Softbank, Sprint and Dish Networks are locked in a battle royal over ownership of the third largest U.S. wireless carrier and its affiliate, Clearwire.
There's little love lost between Cisco (Nasdaq: CSCO) and HP (NYSE: HPQ), the animus went very public at Interop this year and has been percolating a long time. The latest installment comes in the
VoIP provider iCloud... wait a minute. Exactly. A Phoenix VoIP provider, iCloud Communications, is suing Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), which last week rolled out a new cloud offering called iCloud, for
Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) has filed a patent infringement lawsuit against Samsung claiming that some of the vendor's smartphones along with its GalaxyTab tablets infringe on Apple's patents and