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July 2, 1999 | Bloomberg News
Apple Computer Inc. accused Daewoo Telecom Co. and a joint-venture company it supports of copying the design of its iMac personal computer. Apple sued to stop Daewoo Telecom Co. and the other company from selling, marketing or advertising the new $799 E-Power PC, which is scheduled to go on sale in September. Like the more expensive iMac, E-Power is an all-in-one, teardrop-shaped computer with rounded edges and a smooth, translucent case that comes in five colors. Future Power Inc.
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July 2, 1999 | Bloomberg News
Apple Computer Inc. accused Daewoo Telecom Co. and a joint-venture company it supports of copying the design of its iMac personal computer. Apple sued to stop Daewoo Telecom Co. and the other company from selling, marketing or advertising the new $799 E-Power PC, which is scheduled to go on sale in September. Like the more expensive iMac, E-Power is an all-in-one, teardrop-shaped computer with rounded edges and a smooth, translucent case that comes in five colors. Future Power Inc.
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June 1, 1989 | From Reuters
Leading Edge Products Inc., a maker of IBM-compatible computers that is in bankruptcy, said Wednesday that it will be bought by the company that makes virtually all its products: Daewoo Telecom Ltd. of South Korea. Under a plan that must be approved by federal bankruptcy court in Boston, Daewoo will acquire privately held Leading Edge by assuming its estimated $16 million in liabilities, said Leading Edge Senior Vice President John Sullivan. The company's dealers, who are the vast majority of its creditors, will be paid back in cash within five years.
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June 1, 1989 | From Reuters
Leading Edge Products Inc., a maker of IBM-compatible computers that is in bankruptcy, said Wednesday that it will be bought by the company that makes virtually all its products: Daewoo Telecom Ltd. of South Korea. Under a plan that must be approved by federal bankruptcy court in Boston, Daewoo will acquire privately held Leading Edge by assuming its estimated $16 million in liabilities, said Leading Edge Senior Vice President John Sullivan. The company's dealers, who are the vast majority of its creditors, will be paid back in cash within five years.
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