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Microsoft preps remedy; Klein upholds DOJ stance

As its opponents argue for breakup, the software giant makes its own case with a letter to Capitol Hill and a play at polishing its image.

 

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As its opponents argue for breakup, the software giant makes its own case with a letter to Capitol Hill and a play at polishing its image.

"Another administration could make things go a lot easier on Microsoft."

- Bill Kovacic, George Washington University Law School professor

 


Microsoft makes case to Congress
The software maker sends a letter to Capitol Hill leaders claiming the proposed breakup would prevent the addition of significant new features to Windows for up to a decade.

Klein: Microsoft used monopoly "tricks" to corner market
The Justice Department's top trustbuster says Microsoft's anti-competitive actions were not invented for the New Economy but instead relied on "time-tested tricks" of monopolists.

Microsoft names "ambassador" to soothe antitrust fears
The software giant appoints a research manager from inside to become vice president of industry initiatives, a new position designed to improve the company's image.