Stent Patents: A federal judge ruled Johnson & Johnson owes Boston Scientific Corp. $40 million for intentionally infringing a patent for coronary stents, Bloomberg reports.
Tribune Bankruptcy: A judge has approved the latest Tribune Co. reorganization plan and a process for creditors to vote on it, the AP reports. The company, which owns the Chicago Tribune, the Los Angeles Times, other major newspapers and more than 20 television and radio stations, sought bankruptcy protection in 2008.
Wi-fi Sniffing: The Federal Communications Commission found that Google did not violate wiretapping laws when the company's Street View mapping cars eavesdropped on open Wi-Fi networks across America, Wired.com reports.
Cat Execution Blocked: Boots the cat was supposed to be euthanized according to the plans detailed in the will of the 11-year-old cat's owner, Reuters reports. Now a judge has sent Boots to her new home at Cats are Purrsons Too, a no-kill animal shelter in Chicago.
PSU President Subpoenaed: Penn State University's president will testify in the case against former assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky, who is scheduled to go on trial in June on 52 criminal counts involving alleged child sexual abuse of 10 boys over 15 years, the AP reports.