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Microsoft all over the map

The company sees action on many different fronts, from copyright enforcement to antitrust charges to new versions of its programs and claims of shortcomings in certain products.

The company sees action on many different fronts, from copyright enforcement to antitrust charges to new versions of its programs and claims of shortcomings in certain products.
The software giant is preparing to sell its minority stake in the struggling Canadian software maker at a loss of more than $100 million.
March 11, 2003 

The software giant has renamed its division responsible for software used to manage Windows servers, as the company prepares to update management tools at a conference next week.
March 11, 2003 

European Union experts say the company has violated antitrust rules, but their proposed remedies need refining to withstand court scrutiny, sources say.
March 11, 2003 

update Neowin.net was knocked offline for nearly 24 hours in an uncommonly harsh application of a widely used Internet copyright enforcement tool.
March 10, 2003 

The PC maker debuts new digital media-ready systems, while sources said Microsoft is testing its next-generation software.
March 10, 2003 

Companies installing Microsoft's new customer relationship management software say they are grappling with some flaws in the company's much-hyped product.
March 10, 2003 

The company looks to establish the applications suite as a base from which developers and businesses can create other products and services.
March 9, 2003