Throughout her distinguished culinary career, Julia Child never endorsed anything.
By now, residents of Sacramento, as well as many people across the United States, are likely aware of the bizarre lawsuit between Charles Carreon, attorney for the website FunnyJunk and the Oatmeal's creator Matthew Inman.
Musical group The Black Keys isn't too happy with the background music used for two recent commercials, one for Pizza Hut and the other for The Home Depot. The Black Keys think the chosen songs sound too much like the band's singles "Gold on the Ceiling" and "Lonely Boy," respectively, and so its members sued the two companies in June on copyright infringement grounds.
A former researcher scientist who worked for Bridgestone tire company has been charged with 15 counts of intellectual property theft. His attorney, however, is claiming that the man is not guilty because he lacked the intent to economically benefit himself or a rival of Bridgestone's. This is an interesting story for Sacramento readers because it provides something of an insight into the world of corporate espionage.
With the Olympics in full swing, lots of people here in Sacramento have been swept up into a patriotic fervor. After all, watching athletes like Gabby Douglas and Ryan Lochte triumph in the name of our country is very inspiring.
SAP has agreed to pay at least $306 million to Oracle Corp. to resolve the ongoing copyright dispute that began when an SAP unit illegally downloaded and copied a piece of Oracle software