RPX Corporation -- which bills itself as a defensive patent aggregator and aims to neutralize patent trolls by buying up patents and licensing them to clients for an annual subscription fee -- regist
The company aims to raise $100 million to acquire patents that might otherwise fall into the hands of so-called trolls--and be asserted against large companies
The array of participants in the lucrative patent-litigation business can make an IP attorney's head spin. Now, individual investors keen on tracking the players and their machinations--and on making
This week: The defensive patent aggregator keeps growing by acquiring the lion's share of a prominent holding company's assets. In the process, RPX adds Palm Inc. to the growing ranks of member compa
...existed only as an idea on a business plan at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, the Silicon Valley venture capital firm. Today it has the...
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