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Gates called to court

A federal court has ordered Microsoft to make Bill Gates available for deposition. The company is expected to file a motion to dismiss the case.

A federal court has ordered Microsoft to make CEO Bill Gates and 16 other top executives available for deposition in the Justice Department's antitrust case and required it to release the source code of Windows. Microsoft is expected to file a motion on Monday to dismiss the case altogether.

Judge: Microsoft must comply
The software giant is ordered to make available its CEO and 16 other top executives for government deposition.

Microsoft wants case dismissed
update | audio The software giant plans to file a motion aimed at dismissing all or key parts of the antitrust lawsuit filed against it by the DOJ and 20 states.

Microsoft rebuts DOJ in filing
The software giant argues why it should be allowed to deliver the source code for Windows 95 and Windows 98 to the DOJ on its own terms, not anyone else's.