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TiVo Wins Roughly $200M In Damages From Dish, EchoStar

TiVo Wins Roughly $200M In Damages From Dish, EchoStar

A court order was recently won by TiVo Inc., which the judge predicts will lead to about $200 million in damages for TiVo, from sister companies Dish Network Corp. and EchoStar Corp.

Judge Folsom orders EchoStar to pay an additional $200 million to TiVo

Judge Folsom orders EchoStar to pay an additional $200 million to TiVo

US District Judge David Folsom Friday ordered Dish Network and Echostar Corp to shell out an additional almost $200 million to TiVo Inc., saying that they had violated a permanent injunction resulting from a lawsuit filed in 2004. Earlier, after TiVo won the initial lawsuit, Dish was ordered to pay $105 million.

Texas court decides in favor of TiVo in its patent infringement case against EchoStar

Texas court decides in favor of TiVo in its patent infringement case against Ech

A Texas federal judge's Tuesday ruling, in the much-prolonged legal patent infringement lawsuit by set-top box maker TiVo Inc against the satellite TV provider EchoStar Communications Corp, has gone TiVo's way!

EchoStar Corp to form JV with MVS Comunicaciones

EchoStar Corp to form JV with MVS Comunicaciones Nasdaq-listed EchoStar Corp. has decided to expand its footprints in Mexico through a joint venture with MVS Comunicaciones.

The JV company will be called as Dish Mexico.

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