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Qualcomm loses motion to dismiss FTC competition suit

Tuesday 27 June 2017 | 10:05 CET | News
Qualcomm has lost an appeal against the FTC's antitrust case against the chipmaker. US federal judge Luck Koh ruled against Qualcomm's motion, filed in April in a Northern California federal district court, to dismiss the case, the Wall Street Journal reports. The company argued that the FTC's complaint failed to support even basic elements of an antitrust violation.

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Companies: Qualcomm
Countries: United States
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