Nokia and Qualcomm Face Off in Europe
The future of the mobile industry hangs in the balance as a battle over intellectual property and royalties between technology titans Nokia (NOK) and Qualcomm (QCOM) comes to a head. Billions of dollars in revenues and profits are at stake. And once again, a dispute involving U.S. companies has landed in the lap of the Brussels-based European Commission, known for its high-profile antitrust victory over Microsoft (MSFT) and more recent pursuit of U.S. chipmakers Intel (INTC) and Rambus (RMBS).
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