June 8, 1998
The Federal Trade Commission voted today three-to-one to file a complaint against the microprocessor giant Intel. They accused the corporation of abusing its monopoly and retaliating against rival companies. Following a background report on the case, the director of the FTC's Bureau of Competition and a former attorney for Intel discuss the case in separate interviews.
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June 8, 1998:
The Federal Trade Commission outlines its case against Intel.
May 18, 1998:
A report on the Microsoft antitrust case.
March 3, 1998:
Leaders of the computer industry testified against Microsoft.
January 14, 1998:
The search for a faster microprocessor.
January 13, 1998:
Microsoft's antitrust battle with the Department of Justice.
October 21, 1997:
The Justice Department charges Microsoft with building an illegal monopoly.
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