Mar 14, 2019, 8:44 pm357 ptsIn a determination delivered by a California federal court on Thursday, Qualcomm was found to have no grounds for the clawback of funds dispensed to Apple under an incentive payments agreement, meaning the chipmaker is unlikely to collect what is thought to be billions of dollars.
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