1. Qualcomm is a monopoly and must renegotiate deals, judge rules  CNET
  2. US judge hammers Qualcomm in its antitrust case, shares plunge 13%  CNBC
  3. Judge rules Qualcomm violated federal anti-trust laws, orders remedial action  AppleInsider
  4. Qualcomm’s Practices Violate Antitrust Law, Judge Rules  The Wall Street Journal
  5. Qualcomm stock falls on antitrust ruling — and analysts 'don't know what will happen next'  CNBC
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Judge Lucy Koh sides with the US Federal Trade Commission, calling into question the chipmaker's entire business model.Judge Lucy Koh sides with the US Federal Trade Commission, calling into question the chipmaker's entire business model.

Qualcomm is a monopoly and must renegotiate deals, judge rules - CNET

Qualcomm suppressed competition in the market for cellphone chips and used its position to impose excessive licensing fees, a U.S. judged ruled.Qualcomm suppressed competition in the market for cellphone chips and used its position to impose excessive licensing fees, a U.S. judged ruled.

A U.S. court ruled that the chipmaker has abused its power, reaping unreasonably high profits from its patented technologies, some of which were essential.A U.S. court ruled that the chipmaker has abused its power, reaping unreasonably high profits from its patented technologies, some of which were essential.

Qualcomm loses U.S. antitrust case to FTC, must rewrite licensing deals | VentureBeat

Qualcomm Inc illegally suppressed competition in the market for smartphone chips by threatening to cut off supplies and extracting excessive licensing fees, a U.S. judge ruled, a decision that could force the company to overhaul its business practices.Qualcomm Inc illegally suppressed competition in the market for smartphone chips...

U.S. judge says Qualcomm violated antitrust law; appeal planned, shares plunge - Reuters

“Judge Rules Qualcomm’s Practices Violate Antitrust Law, Orders Changes (Pretty much what a lot of us have been saying for years… But how will these remedies actually shake out?) https://t.co/TPAXPm0iw5”

Rene Ritchie on Twitter: "Judge Rules Qualcomm’s Practices Violate Antitrust Law, Orders Changes (Pretty much what a lot of us have been saying for years… But how will these remedies actually shake out?) https://t.co/TPAXPm0iw5"

“Qualcomm lost its FTC court case. Judge found Qualcomm violated antitrust law. Qualcomm must negotiate or renegotiate licensing agreements, license patents to rival chip makers at fair and reasonable prices, be monitored for 7 years. Huge development. https://t.co/F0KzvWBQz6”

Neil Cybart on Twitter: "Qualcomm lost its FTC court case. Judge found Qualcomm violated antitrust law. Qualcomm must negotiate or renegotiate licensing agreements, license patents to rival chip makers at fair and reasonable prices, be monitored for 7 years. Huge development. https://t.co/F0KzvWBQz6… https://t.co/GSgDSHPiAi"

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A US judge has ruled in favor of the FTC in its dispute with Qualcomm over its anti-competitive practices. In light of the ruling, Qualcomm must stop bundling patent licensing deals with its hardware and agree to FRAND terms.An end to ‘no license, no chips’?

Qualcomm’s licensing terms are anti-competitive, US Judge rules - The Verge

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Judge Lucy Koh made her ruling today in the FTC v. Qualcomm trial and has decided in favor of the antitrust agency. This means that the chip maker will have to change the way it sells its chips.Judge Lucy Koh made her ruling today in the FTC v. Qualcomm trial and has decided in favor of the antitrust agency. This means that the chip maker will have to change the way it sells its chips.

Blockbuster court ruling will force Qualcomm to change the way it does business - PhoneArena

Qualcomm used unlawful, anticompetitive practices to license patents for modems used in mobile phones, a judge ruled in a case in the US.Qualcomm used unlawful, anticompetitive practices to license patents for modems used in mobile phones, a judge ruled in a case in the US.

US judge hammers Qualcomm, rules it did anticompetitive business - Business Insider

In a ruling late handed in late Tuesday night, a federal judge ruled Qualcomm unlawfully suppressed competition by abusing its dominant power in the cellular modem business, ordering the firm to change how it negotiates and renegotiated its licensing deals.In a ruling late handed in late Tuesday night, a federal judge ruled Qualcomm unlawfully suppressed competition by abusing its dominant power in the cellular modem business, ordering the firm to change how it negotiates and renegotiated its licensing deals.

Judge rules Qualcomm violated federal anti-trust laws, orders remedial action

The Federal Trade Commission has prevailed in its antitrust case against Qualcomm, with the verdict impacting how Qualcomm negotiates patent licenses from phone manufacturers going forward.The Federal Trade Commission has prevailed in its antitrust case against Qualcomm, with the verdict impacting how Qualcomm negotiates patent licenses from phone manufacturers going forward.

Qualcomm loses FTC antitrust case, ordered to renegotiate patent licenses | Android Central

Update: Qualcomm unsurprisingly disagrees with the judgement and will be appealing the ruling to the US Court of Appeals 9th Circuit. Original story below. Judge Koh has filed her ruling on the FTC…

FTC wins antitrust case against Qualcomm [update: Qualcomm appealing] - 9to5Mac

Top news and what to watch in the markets on Wednesday, May 22, 2019.Top news and what to watch in the markets on Wednesday, May 22, 2019.

Judge rules Qualcomm violated antitrust law: Morning Brief

Qualcomm shares fell 11% in pre-market trading in New York after U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh sided with the Federal Trade Commission case accusing the company…Qualcomm shares fell 11% in pre-market trading in New York after U.S. District Judge Lucy Koh sided with the Federal Trade Commission case accusing the company of anti-competitive practices.

Qualcomm shares drop after losing US antitrust case

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