Research In Motion (RIMM) is paying Nokia (NOK) a one-time fee of €50M ($65M) as part of...
Research In Motion (RIMM) is paying Nokia (NOK) a one-time fee of €50M ($65M) as part of the companies' patent settlement, RIM disclosed in a 6-K. RIM is also making ongoing royalty payments as part of the deal, which covers the use of Nokia's Wi-Fi patents.
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