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Microsoft on front lines
As DOJ regulators call on Microsoft's headquarters, the software giant is devising new legal and market strategies on several fronts to stay competitive while avoiding further antitrust complications.
As Justice Department regulators meet with Microsoft attorneys, the company is devising new legal and market strategies to stay competitive while avoiding further antitrust complications.
Investigators call on Microsoft
Top DOJ trustbusters meet Microsoft lawyers and executives as the government ponders whether to bring new, broader charges against the company.
Microsoft changes content deals
The company says it has modified hundreds of contracts with content companies regarding their ability to promote rival browsers.
Microsoft buys IE users with NT
The tech giant is offering ISPs Windows NT 4.0 and related server software if they can convert their subscribers into IE users.
States prepare for Microsoft action
Attorneys general from 11 states are closer to taking antitrust action against Microsoft as they circulate a draft complaint about the company.
Microsoft spins in ad campaign
The software giant launches a national print advertising effort amid ongoing antitrust probes by federal and state regulators.