Thursday, February 24, 2005
The European Aeronautic, Defense and Space Company (the Airbus folks) has apparently won "preferred bidder" status on a new British Royal Air Force contract worth some $25 billion.
Oakland Raiders owner Al Davis won't get a new trial of the verdict that he does not own the rights to a Los Angeles football franchise from the National Football League.
Groups in Liberia are protesting the transition government decision to grant a 38-year extension on Firestone Tire & Rubber's long-standing rubber concession.
Radio personality Howard Stern and Clear Channel Communications have settled the contract actions that arose when the company dropped Stern from several of its stations.
A South Carolina school board is suing a former school psychiatrist for breach of contract and return of all salary paid after it discovered that she forged her diploma and other professional credentials.
The Pakistan Cricket Board has fined fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar for breaches of contract during an Australian tour, including visiting nightclubs, issuing press releases without club approval.