This was originally posted at ZDNet's Between the Lines.
Intel said Europe's top antitrust regulator failed "to meet the required standard of proof" when it fined the chipmaker $1.45 billion in May for anticompetitive behavior against Advanced Micro Devices. (The news comes as Apple named Intel's top lawyer Bruce Sewell as its general counsel.)
Intel noted that it would appeal, and the company recently laid out its case against the European Commission, the administrative wing of the European Union. In a nutshell, Intel argues that the EC:
Failed to address evidence that AMD was … Read more