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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."…
Software giant Microsoft appealed to the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn a ruling that the company is an illegal monopoly.
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.
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.
Software giant Microsoft Corp. Tuesday won a round in its fight to stop the U.S. government from breaking company in two.
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.
Reactions to the Microsoft decision.
Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson issued his final judgment in the antitrust case against Microsoft today. The following is the full text of his judgment.
Lawyers for Microsoft Corp. Wednesday presented final arguments against a Justice Department proposal to break the software giant in two.
By PBS NewsHour
Assistant Attorney General Joel Klein discussed the government's recommendation to break up Microsoft in a press conference this afternoon. The following is text of his comments.
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