After an 11-year standoff, Samsung has reached a settlement with former workers who became ill while working in their factories to offer financial compensation.
A U.S. District Judge in California ruled that Qualcomm must must license some of its industry-essential patents to rival chip suppliers.
Lawyers representing a class of 16 million Vizio smart TV owners has reportedly reached a $17 million settlement in a case related to the company's use of customer data without their consent.
As the trade war between the U.S. and China continues to escalate, consumer tech companies find themselves scrambling to adjust their supply chain strategy, in some cases—like HiberSense—just to remain in business.
Following the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to allow states to tax online vendors whether they maintain a physical presence in their state or not, new sales tax laws have gone into effect in 10 more states.
Tariffs levied on washing machine imports earlier this year give retailers and consumers an opportunity to look at the impact of those policies on pricing and availability.
A multi-industry coalition that includes the National Retail Federation warned of the negative impact tariffs on an additional $200 million in Chinese imports would have.
U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders plans to introduce a bill that would impose a 100 percent tax on companies with more than 500 employees that covers government assistance received by employees.
Tariffs on Chinese goods imported into the U.S. have the potential to cost the economy billions per year, according to new research from the Consumer Technology Association. Check out the full story right here.
Sage Chandler, VP of International Trade for the Consumer Technology Association, discusses how the implications of Chinese tariffs and what the organization and its members are doing to educate the industry—and Congress.