Sprint Corp. won a $139.8 million damage award after a jury in Kansas found that Time Warner Cable infringed patents for digital voice telephone services.
Sprint filed the suit against Time Warner Cable and other cable television companies in 2011, claiming they used, without permission, Sprint inventions for transmitting phone calls over digital lines.
Time Warner Cable, now owned by Charter Communications Inc., willfully infringed the patents, the jury said Friday. That means the j
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