Fmr. Apple Chipmaker Qualcomm Wants US Regulators to Ban Select iPhones

The tensions and bad blood between Apple and Qualcomm have just been driven a notch higher. According to Reuters, Qualcomm now wants trade regulators in the U.S. to ban the sale of some iPhones in the country. Specifically, Qualcomm wants those iPhones equipped with modems made by its rival Intel taken off shelves. With the move, Qualcomm is seeking to overturn an International Trade Commission (ITC) ruling delivered last year in September. Then, the ITC concluded that some of Qualcomm’s patents had been violated by Apple. No Ban on iPhones in the U.S. Despite violation of Qualcomm’s Intellectual Property However, the

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US Regulators File Charges Against Apple Insider Trading Lawyer, for Insider Trading

The job of a top lawyer at Apple Inc. was to ensure that no employees violate the company’s insider-trading policies. It turned out that he was the one who was trading Apple Shares illegally, according to US regulators. The US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filed a lawsuit against Gene Daniel Levoff, who served as Apple’s senior director of corporate until September 2018 and was also a part of the company’s disclosure committee. According to the filing, Levoff exploited his well-placed position to manage his Apple shares trading privately. He would gain access to the company’s periodic earnings results and draft public

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Canada’s Regulators Might Help Crypto Exchange QuadrigaCX’s Victims After All

Provincial securities regulators in British Columbia, Canada, won’t be investigating the QuadrigaCX scandal. However, new developments could see Canada’s largest securities body, the Ontario Securities Commission (OSC), begin an investigation. On Friday, according to Reuters, the OSC has confirmed in a statement it will be looking into cryptocurrency exchange QuadrigaCX, where currently $ 190 million in cryptocurrency has been lost. Though an OSC spokesperson did not confirm if the regulator will conduct a formal investigation, it said: Given the potential harm to Ontario investors, we are looking into this matter. The OSC’s role, as the Ontario provincial arm of the Canadian

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