Wi-LAN president and CEO Jim Skippen plans to retire, the Ottawa-based company announced late Monday.
Ottawa’s Wi-LAN Inc. released its 2014 second-quarter results Wednesday, reporting revenues and earnings that both exceeded guidance.
A federal judge in the United States has ruled that two patent claims made by Ottawa-based Wi-LAN (TSX: WIN) in a lawsuit against Apple were improperly invalidated by a jury in October.
Ottawa-based Wi-LAN plans to continue offering securities to investors in the United States.
A strong fourth quarter has Wi-LAN (TSX:WIN) well positioned for 2014 but a low share price held the company back during its recently concluded fiscal year, executives with the Ottawa-based
Wi-LAN (TSX:WIN), an Ottawa-based patent licensing firm, has agreed to end a legal dispute with Toshiba.