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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.
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...
Is Windows still relevant? October 6, 2006 CNET News.com's Charles Cooper says recent upset over Vista should put a rest to that lingering question.
Vista's European battleground September 18, 2006 As the slippery due date draws near for the Windows release, Microsoft and the EU are now at odds over security features.
Microsoft awaits word on EU fine July 11, 2006 European antitrust regulators expected to announce historic fine as high as $3.8 million a day, backdated to Dec. 15.
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.
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