CNET también está disponible en español.

Ir a español

Don't show this again

Tech Industry

Judge shows favor for Microsoft split

Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson asks the government for a revised remedy proposal, indicating a decision may come as early as next week.

 

  latest developments 

Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson asks the government for a revised remedy proposal, indicating a decision may come as early as next week, but the government is not expected to accept his invitation to propose a three-way split.

 


Government may stick with two-way split
The government is not expected to accept a federal judge's invitation to propose breaking Microsoft into three companies, sources close to the case say.

Antitrust decision may come soon
update U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson asks the government to submit a final, revised remedy proposal by Friday, a strong indication that a decision in the Microsoft antitrust trial could come as early as next week.

DOJ attorneys reveal Gates' emails
update While arguing for their proposal to break up Microsoft, attorneys for the Justice Department reveal two new emails by company chairman Bill Gates that, they contend, show Microsoft's continuing efforts to dominate the software market.

Gates sketches "third phase" of Internet for CEOs
Microsoft chairman Bill Gates has seen the future of the Internet, and it has little to do with selling goods to consumers.