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Microsoft vows to play fair July 19, 2006 Self-regulation for Vista and all future Windows versions will bolster competition and customer choice, it says.
Dot-com investors lose antitrust bid June 18, 2007 U.S. Supreme Court tosses out charges against banks that helped tech companies go public in the late '90s. But thwarted investors still have options.
Real, Microsoft reach truce October 11, 2005 Long-running antitrust suit against software giant ends in $460 million deal, with millions more to come in partnership efforts. Photo: Gates, Glazer shake hands
Europe plays hardball with Microsoft March 25, 2004 special coverage Members of Congress are quick to protest the EU's $613 million fine against Microsoft. Also: An intellectual-property precedent could help the software giant in its appeal. Read u...
EU slaps record fine on Microsoft March 25, 2004 Regulators hit the software giant with a fine of $613 million for violating European Union antitrust law and also order the unbundling of Media Player software from Windows.
Week in review: Windows woes February 29, 2008 The EU slaps Microsoft with a record penalty, but will a Vista price cut help pay the fine? Also: Pakistan hijacks YouTube, and game publishers square off for market domination.
Google-DoubleClick: Tough sell in EU November 21, 2007 The search giant will have a tricky time getting what it wants as trustbusters on the other side of the Atlantic dig into the planned $3.1 billion merger.
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