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Emporia strikes back

Emporia strikes back

Apr 17, 2019
Apple and Qualcomm settle their lawsuits over patent royalties. Tobacco stocks surge as companies turn to vaping. Plus, Emporia, Kansas is making it clear that brain drain is no joke.
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For small-town economic success, broadband is the new railroad

by Peggy Lowe Apr 17, 2019
Emporia, Kansas, wants to get into tech.
Emporia, Kansas, population 24,700, has always been home to manufacturing. City leaders now hope to bring more technology jobs to the area.
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Apple, Qualcomm settle lawsuits, paving way for 5G iPhone

by Ben Bradford Apr 17, 2019
Apple had sued the chip maker for almost $30 billion.
A Qualcomm chip.
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