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Microsoft juggles security, antitrust woes

roundup A 1997 e-mail from Microsoft may work against it in court. Meanwhile, at the Microsoft Management Seminar an executive says security issues are delaying product development.

roundup A 1997 e-mail from a Microsoft executive to an iconic investor may work against the company's arguments in a Minnesota court. Meanwhile, at the Microsoft Management Seminar an executive says security issues are delaying product development.


update The company says in a Minnesota court that it did not abuse its OS dominance to hike prices. But a 1997 e-mail from a Microsoft exec to Warren Buffett compared Windows to a "toll bridge" on every PC sold.
March 17, 2004


Microsoft releases a close-to-final version of Service pack 2 for the operating system that includes several significant changes from last year.
March 17, 2004


At a developer conference next week, Microsoft will hand out a "technology preview" of the development tool as well as release new software.
March 17, 2004


Several projects have fallen behind schedule as the Redmond, Wash., giant tries to make its software more secure, a company executive tells CNET News.com.
March 16, 2004


The company announces new software and additional details of its plan to make Windows systems easier to manage.
March 16, 2004


Microsoft announces a program to help governments produce local versions of Windows and Office. Is it a response to overseas pressure from open-source products?
March 16, 2004


Sun Microsystems hopes its forthcoming update will entice more MS Office users to make the switch.
March 16, 2004


Microsoft's CEO meets behind closed doors with the European Union competition czar, in a final bid to settle a landmark antitrust case--just days before likely being ruled against.
March 16, 2004