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What: Shares of Pendrell
So what: Late Friday evening, Pendrell announced that a court of appeals had overturned a 2008 jury verdict in litigation between its subsidiary ICO Global Communications and Boeing
Now what: In October 2008, ICO was awarded $603 million due to a Boeing subsidiary being found guilty of fraud and breach of contract; it was ruled that Boeing had interfered with ICO's contractual rights regarding a satellite communications network. Boeing appealed in 2009. Pendrell CEO Ben Wolff said, "We are clearly disappointed with the court's decision and we are evaluating our options for further review."
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