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Costly Raising of Argentine Submarine May Not Yield Answers or Bodies, Experts Say

MAR DEL PLATA, Argentina — An Argentine submarine found deep on the ocean floor a year after it vanished with 44 people on board may rest there despite pleas from family members of the crew, who hope ... read more

Patent Exhaustion at the Supreme Court: Industry Reaction to Impression Products v. Lexmark

What follows is the instant analysis of a distinguished panel of industry experts and insiders ... is unlikely to be cost-effective, or to reach business competitors that are not parties to the ... read more

Sailor got off doomed Argentine sub with seconds to spare

She told ... submarine. I saw his name and Picture on the lists, it was terrible, so distressing. 'He told me he had been on the crew, but that he had got off to see his mother.' The submariner has ... read more

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