Posts Tagged ‘Texas’

China’s Alibaba Sued For Patent Infringement In U.S.

Express Mobile, an information technology company in the U.S., has sued China’s Alibaba for patent infringement. According to Express Mobile, the company filed the patent infringement lawsuit against the Alibaba Group in the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Texas, Marshall Division. In the statement, Express Mobile accused Alibaba for infringing its […]


NQ Mobile CFO Resigns

NQ Mobile, a Chinese provider of mobile Internet services, announced that its chief executive officer KB Teo departed the company last week. According to NQ Mobile, Teo’s resignation became effective from August 22, 2014. Before the determination of a replacement, Shi Wenyong, co-founder and chief operating officer of NQ Mobile, will act the CFO role. […]


Ericsson Sues Acer, D-Link For Wireless Patent Infringement

According to reports in Taiwanese local media, Ericsson has sued companies, including D-Link, Acer and Netgear, in Texas, U.S., for infringement of wireless products. The reports state that the prosecuted businesses in Ericsson’s lawsuit include D-Link’s parent company; D-Link’s subsidiary in America; Acer’s parent company; Acer’s subsidiary in America; Netgear; and Gateway, which has been […]


Nortel Greater China President Retires

Nortel has announced that Jackson Wu, former president for Nortel Greater China, has retired from his position, replaced by Huang Chenhong and Huang Yanwen, who will be in charge of Nortel Greater China’s Operator Department and Corporate Network Department, respectively.