Rambus Settlement Ends Chip Patent War

Computer chip maker's claim that its rival SK Hynix Inc. had ripped off its patented ideas led to years of court fights

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The computer chip designer Rambus Inc. announced last week that it's wrested a $240 million settlement from rival SK Hynix Inc. The deal most likely leaves both sides a bit dissatisfied, but at least they can turn the page on a bruising court fight that's generated fees for several Am Law 200 firms.

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