Bill and Melinda Gates, whose foundation seeks to address worldwide needs in areas including health and education, describe their initiatives and decision-making process.
Microsoft has helped build a high-tech high school in a Philadelphia community that serves low-income families. Students at this state-of-the art facility incorporate the latest technologies throughout their curriculum.
The NewsHour's Economics Correspondent Paul Solman reports on Apple Computer's appointment of Google's CEO to its board of directors. A technology expert then discusses the new ties between the computer giants.
Microsoft founder and billionaire Bill Gates announced Thursday he would give up his day-to-day role in the company to focus on philanthropy. David Kirkpatrick, senior editor of Fortune magazine and Stacy Palmer, editor of The Chronicle of Philanthropy discuss Bill…
European antitrust regulators imposed a record $613 million fine on Microsoft Wednesday and ordered the software giant to offer two versions of its Windows operating system in Europe.
A federal judge on Friday approved most of a settlement the Justice Department reached with Microsoft Corp., ruling against a coalition of nine states and the District of Columbia that argued the terms of the deal were too lenient.
Microsoft yesterday proposed a deal to end class-action lawsuits accusing the software giant of using its monopoly power to overcharge consumers.
Hoping to end one of the nation's largest antitrust cases, the Justice Department asked a judge Friday to approve a settlement that would set new rules for the nation's hard-hit technology industry.
By PBS NewsHour
The U.S. Department of Justice today announced it was no longer seeking the breakup of software giant Microsoft. The following is the full text of the statement released to the public.
The U.S. Justice Department announced today that it would not seek the breakup of Microsoft Corp and would strive to wrap up the three-year-old case "as quickly as possible."…
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