In response to a judge’s ruling, Microsoft has agreed to allow computer manufacturers to remove shortcuts for some Microsoft products from the Windows desktop. Continue reading →
A federal appeals court cited the behavior of the presiding judge as a key factor in reversing the penalty imposed on the software giant for alleged violations of antitrust law. Continue reading →
Software giant Microsoft Corp. Tuesday won a round in its fight to stop the U.S. government from breaking company in two. Continue reading →
Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer talks about the Justice Department’s ruling in the Microsoft antitrust case and where the software giant will go from here. Continue reading →
The Microsoft anti-trust case appears headed for the Supreme Court, just moments after U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson today ordered the software giant to split into two companies. Continue reading →
Reactions to the Microsoft decision. Continue reading →
Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson issued his final judgment in the antitrust case against Microsoft today. The following is the full text of his judgment. Continue reading →
Attorney General Janet Reno and Assistant Attorney General Joel Klein respond to the Microsoft decision at a Washington, D.C. press conference. Continue reading →
Lawyers for Microsoft Corp. Wednesday presented final arguments against a Justice Department proposal to break the software giant in two. Continue reading →
Microsoft submits its response to the Justice Department’s order to break up the software giant. Continue reading →
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