Jury Says Chip Maker Should Pay $1.7B for University Patents

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A jury in Pittsburgh found that chip maker Marvell Technology Group Ltd. should pay nearly $1.17 billion for infringing patents held by Carnegie Mellon University. If the decision stands, the award would rank among the largest to date in a patent case.

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