It's the proverbial win-win situation.
Earlier this week, Intel said it wanted more time to respond to the European Commission's allegations that it abused its market dominant position and sent an extension request to the Commission's antitrust regulators. It turns out, the Commission needs more time too.
A hearing officer for the Commission was due to make a decision on Intel's extension request Thursday, but instead found he too needs more time and will now make a decision by October 19, said Jonathan Todd, a Commission spokesman.
As a result, Intel has been granted a provisional … Read more