It's been a busy week for the government's antitrust case against Microsoft, from a new court appeal to a lobbying challenge backed by Bob Dole. Now, a 1995 meeting between Microsoft and Netscape is raising new questions of improper business dealings.
|'95 Netscape meeting questioned|
Regulators are reportedly investigating Microsoft for allegedly trying to persuade Netscape to market browsers only for non-Windows operating systems.
Microsoft, DOJ back in court
The two parties square off over the high-profile antitrust action surrounding the software giant's Windows and Internet Explorer browser.
Microsoft wants say in SPA
Facing a lobbying assault, Microsoft's chief operating officer runs for a seat on the Software Publishers Association's board of directors.
Book to dish Microsoft dirt
A purported insider's book, written by the daughter of a PR guru for the software giant, claims to offer the "real facts behind the headlines" of Microsoft.
Survey: Hands off Microsoft
The government should keep its hands off Microsoft, a survey of Business Week readers concludes.
Nontech firms join Microsoft fight
Airlines and media companies are backing anti-Microsoft group ProComp--a sign that many industries feel threatened by the software giant.
Dole, Bork battle Microsoft
Former Senator Bob Dole and former appeals judge Robert Bork join in announcing a group that intends to lobby against the company.
MS drops channel requirement
Microsoft is giving PC makers the option of shipping a version of Windows 98 that hides a controversial feature called the Active Channel Bar.