The Biden administration will miss the president’s deadline to publish a clean energy and electric vehicle buying plan for federal agencies, just as it convenes a two-day summit designed to convince the world the U.S. is serious about combating climate change.
Google’s Director of Legal Operations Mary O’Carroll, who built the ops function at the technology giant from the ground up, has departed after 13 years to become digital contracting company Ironclad’s first chief community officer.
Intel Corp. ducked getting hit with another multibillion-dollar damage award after a federal jury in Texas cleared it of claims it was infringing patents formerly owned by NXP Semiconductors NV on ways to speed up computers.
From the beginning of the prosecution of the former Minneapolis police officer who killed George Floyd, defense lawyer Eric Nelson laid out numerous paths to appeal the conviction—from the viral nature of the video of Floyd’s death to comments by a member of Congress as the case went to the jury.
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