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Microsoft, DOJ enter final antitrust round

The government files its final remedy proposal to the judge, sticking with its original plan to split Microsoft into two companies. The judge's ruling could come as early as next week.

 

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As expected, the government files its final remedy proposal, sticking to its original plan to split Microsoft into two separate companies. Meanwhile, the software giant postpones a major event to prepare for the judge's final ruling, which could come as early as next week.

 


DOJ files revised Microsoft breakup plan
update The government refiles its plan to break Microsoft in two, including technical suggestions from the presiding judge.

Full text: DOJ's revised plan to split Microsoft into two
The government, in its official court filing, doesn't stray far from its Breaking the giant: Special Coverage original proposal to split the software giant into two companies.

Microsoft postpones major Windows event
update The software giant delays a major corporate event set for next week, citing "strong indications" the U.S. District Court may enter a final ruling in its antitrust case.

Appeals court may be next stop for Microsoft
update With U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson ready to rule as early as next week, there may be no other option for the software giant.