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May 9, 2014
11:18 EDTAOLAOL higher after CEO Armstrong buys 55,600 shares
Shares of AOL are up $1.21, or 3.33%, to $37.60 after disclosing in a regulatory filing before the market open that its CEO Tim Armstrong bought 55,600 shares of the company at $36.08 per share for a total purchase worth a little more than $2M. Shares of AOL fell 20% on Wednesday following its first quarter earnings report.
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August 20, 2014
09:24 EDTAOLVringo intends to seek en banc review of decision in I/P Engine case
Vringo (VRNG) announced that its wholly-owned subsidiary I/P Engine, Inc. intends to file a petition with the United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit seeking en banc review of the split appellate decision in its case against AOL (AOL), Google (GOOG) et al. that issued on August 15 and reversed the judgment of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia. Under the Federal Circuit's rules, I/P Engine's petition for en banc review is due on September 15. I/P Engine has filed an unopposed motion seeking a 30-day extension, which would make its petition due October 15. Upon receiving the requested extension, I/P Engine may file the petition on or anytime prior to October 15.
August 15, 2014
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11:45 EDTAOLVringo confirms adverse ruling in patent suit with Google, others
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11:15 EDTAOLVringo falls after patent win against Google, AOL reversed on appeal
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit that patents claims asserted by I/P Engine, a unit of Vringo (VRNG), are invalid for obviousness and reversed a lower court's ruling in the company's favor. The patents were asserted in a suit against Google (GOOG) and Aol (AOL), IAC Interactive (IACI) and Gannett (GCI). Vringo shares dropped nearly 11% following the posting of the appeal court ruling. Reference Link

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