The antitrust suits are coming fast and furious against Qualcomm Inc.

The Federal Trade Commission sued the dominant provider of mobile phone chipsets Jan. 17. Since then Apple Inc. has sued in the U.S. and China, claiming billions in allegedly ill-gotten gains. And now consumers and even a small business that buys mobile phones for its employees are bringing class actions.

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