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EU digs into Microsoft

The European Union reveals a detailed look at the reasoning behind its antitrust case against the software giant, including how regulators calculated their record fine.

The European Union reveals a detailed look at the reasoning behind its antitrust case against the software giant, including how regulators calculated their record fine, and offers a deeper view of Microsoft's business practices.

Report takes Microsoft to task

update A 300-page report sheds new light on a corporate culture and business practices that led EU regulators to sanction the company last month for anticompetitive practices.
April 22, 2002

Ruling will hurt industry, Microsoft says

The software giant releases a position paper insisting that the European Union's antitrust sanctions amount to "new law" that could hurt others in the technology industry.
April 21, 2004

From Redmond, an antitrust olive branch

The company offers to extend a licensing program, key to its antitrust deal with the Justice Department, aiming to answer criticism that the program is taking too long to get going.
April 21, 2004

Minnesota, Microsoft settle antitrust case

A preliminary settlement is intended to quell allegations that Microsoft overcharged for its software--yet another example of an antitrust or patent lawsuit laid to rest.
April 19, 2004

Previous coverage

Microsoft's long-playing business record

Have courtroom battles become just another business expense for the software giant?
April 13, 2004

EU plays hardball with Microsoft

special report 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.
March 24, 2004