Vringo (VRNG) had a massive victory against Google (GOOG) which sent VRNG stock skyrocketing on Wednesday. A judge ruled in favor of the small patent company which had a patent dispute with Google, AOL (AOL), …
New product offerings in key growth areas could provide substantial growth opportunities for investors. Recent victory vs. ZTE could help to induce settlements with other similarly situated defendants. Vringo has the cash needed in order to …
In fact, the company has also sued AOL (AOL), IAC/InterActive (IACI) and, most notably, Google (GOOG). Investors seem to love the litigious strategy. Vringo's stock has skyrocketed an eye-popping 80% in just the past week and are now …
Today, the dream of getting rich by trading Vringo's lawsuit-driven stock is dead. A three-judge panel on the US Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit has eviscerated (PDF) Vringo's patents, ruling 2-1 that they are obvious. Vringo's stock
Google’s successful CAFC appeal has vacated Vringo’s already reduced $30M award. Could it have quit while it was ahead? Vringo stock traded as high as $5.45 in 2013 and as low as $.67 a few days ago. It lost 80% of its value in a …
In 2012, the mobile technology company Vringo (NASDAQ:VRNG), known for its video and Facetone ringtones, saw its stock spike 200%. But the stock-price jump had more to do with its patent litigation than its mobile apps. Vringo's …
VRNG)’s stock witnessed significant trading movement during yesterday’s session following a Seeking Alpha blog which reported that a recent Supreme Court ruling could potentially benefit the company in its pending legal dispute with …
Vringo, Inc. (Nasdaq: VRNG) announced that its Board of Directors has adopted a shareholder rights plan in the form of a Section 382 Rights Agreement designed to preserve ... 5% or more of Vringo's common stock increase their …
Cuban disclosed ownership of 1.03 million outstanding shares, representing a 7.4% stake in the New York-based provider of software products for mobile video entertainment, personalization, and mobile social applications. Vringo stock
Immediately following the completion of the merger, the former stockholders of Innovate/Protect are expected to own approximately 55.41% of the outstanding common stock of the combined company and the current stockholders of …