Comcast, which is seeking regulatory approval to buy rival Time Warner Cable for $45.2 billion, sued Overland Park-based Sprint in 2012 in Wilmington, Del., alleging Sprint is using Comcast’s protected technology for methods of call routing over the Internet and traditional phone lines.
Comcast, which is seeking regulatory approval to buy rival Time Warner Cable for $45.2 billion, sued Overland Park-based Sprint in 2012 in Wilmington, Del., alleging Sprint is using Comcast’s protected technology for methods of call routing over the Internet and traditional phone lines. Matt Rourke The Associated Press
Comcast, which is seeking regulatory approval to buy rival Time Warner Cable for $45.2 billion, sued Overland Park-based Sprint in 2012 in Wilmington, Del., alleging Sprint is using Comcast’s protected technology for methods of call routing over the Internet and traditional phone lines. Matt Rourke The Associated Press

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