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U.S. Morning Call: Apple tries to protect U.S. turf

Thursday, June 07, 2012 - 02:46

June 8 - A lawyer for Apple says the company may seek a legal order to stop the launch of Samsung's Galaxy SIII phone in the U.S. later this month.

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More aid for Europe more tech legal battles and more hope for IPOs here's your morning call this Friday he did not expect to rally in stocks -- the weak US stock index futures. Pointing to a mixed open -- Dow and NASDAQ and often says he moving higher in Europe stocks mixed as well after sources tell Reuters -- Is expected to request you're at -- sports ailing banks Saturday. Spain also suffering at three not downgrade courtesy if it. Apple trying to protect its home -- from Samsung. A lawyer for the iPhone -- saying it may seek a legal order stopping the launch of Samsung's galaxy at the -- vote in the US later this month. Apples and Samsung last year for patent infringement. Accusing the South Korean electronics maker of flash obviously copy the iPhone and iPad and sunken -- and planes and pursuit. Shares of apple well off their -- of 644 dollars reached in April. Chesapeake Energy had a CEO -- Clinton to get it earful from investors today. Holding its annual shareholder meeting featuring a vote on executive compensation. Chesapeake has already announced that board shake up and the remote Clinton is chairman shareholders including Carl Icahn pushing for some of the moves. It is series of Reuters reports raising questions about the business practices. At arm and the Clinton's role shares -- nose -- the past few months although they are up from the 52 week low of -- now there's thirty teams and that last month. Goldman Sachs boss defending his firm in court Lloyd Blankfein telling injury. He did not authorize former board -- shot -- a share information about the bank that was discussed -- board meetings. -- despite charges in US district court in Manhattan that he Lee decided for me about the -- -- now risen. Hedge fund manager Roger -- -- them. -- -- faces a possible 25 year prison sentence if he's convicted on charges of securities fraud and spears. Well -- of his but it ends in the IPO market's technology companies say they have not been -- -- Those include business software firms like rockets Martin's software -- seven and collapse net. A Reuters analysis indicates there among a group of companies preparing to go public in the next twelve months. Hoping a growing market for cloud computing blue shield them from the aftermath of the FaceBook debacle. And Europe's -- that morning called this Friday you can follow us on Twitter. Reuters Insider please check out our writers YouTube TV channel at Reuters dot com back slash writers TV. I'm Rhonda schaffler is -- writers' side.

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U.S. Morning Call: Apple tries to protect U.S. turf

Thursday, June 07, 2012 - 02:46