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Intel under scrutiny

The FTC serves a subpoena to investigate Intel for evidence of unfair competition, a probe that is now cutting across the PC industry.

Intel, which dominates the market for computer microprocessors, is being investigated by the Federal Trade Commission for evidence of unfair competition in the semiconductor market, a probe that now is cutting across that industry. The company has been subjected to numerous allegations that its business practices violate antitrust laws and that it strong-arms large customers from buying its competitors' products.

Intel under scrutiny
Latest developments
•  Intel to rivals: innovate
•  FTC probe cuts across industry
•  How PC vendors bow to chip giant  update
•  Experts think action unlikely
•  FTC investigates Intel  update
•  Readers speak out about Intel poll results
•  Intel stock weathers FTC storm  update
•  CNET Radio
Previous coverage
•  New chip could shut out rivals  special report
•  The antitrust maze  Q&A