Intel has lost its challenge to Europe's 1.06 billion fine for locking rival AMD out of the market.
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Was the evidence used against Intel "profoundly inadequate"? The chip maker believes so.
Intel will appeal a European Commission fine against the company in 2009, for breaching antitrust and competition laws for blocking AMD sales and harming the rival chipmaker.
What’s in a name? Intel slapped Digitimes for reporting that it's paying OEMs a "marketing subsidy" to keep prices on its MacBook Air clones ultra-low. Intel insists that its Ultrabook payments are just "incentives." Could Intel’s semantic vigilance signal antitrust concerns?
Chipmaker has not admitted liability in U.S. Federal Trade Commission antitrust case, but has tentatively agreed to not modify its chip architecture to inhibit competing chips performance.
Intel has not admitted liability in an FTC antitrust case, but has tentatively agreed to not modify its chip architecture to inhibit competing chips performance
Chip giant Intel has settled an antitrust lawsuit filed against it by the Federal Trade Commission.
Intel and the Federal Trade Commission have settled their antitrust suit and there are a bevy of requirements for the chipmaker.
Delaware court rules plaintiffs could not show that consumers were harmed by Intel's discounts. Ruling will stand if no objection is made within 21 days.
Intel today won a key ruling in an antitrust case when a Delaware court rejected the request to grant the case class action status, according to reports.Intel is accused of wrongfully offering discounts to manufacturers, which led to inflated prices.
The two formal European Commission investigations centre on IBM's mainframe business, including its bundling of hardware and software, and its behaviour toward rival service suppliers
Intel and the Federal Trade Commission are in settlement talks, according to a statement released by Intel.
Chipmaker responds to suit filed by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission, which alleges Intel carried out "unfair" competitive practices in GPU market.
The chipmaker has responded to a suit filed by the FTC, which alleges that Intel carried out 'unfair' competitive practices in the GPU market
The US Federal Trade Commission argues the chipmaker deprived consumers of choice and stifled competition in the market
A administrative error by the European Commission has given Intel's antitrust defence some ammunition
Intel plans to use a finding of the European Ombudsman in its appeal against a European Commission antitrust fine.
Intel will pay AMD $1.25bn and the two companies will share patent rights for the next five years, while AMD has cancelled all antitrust litigation against Intel
Without AMD Intel would be a monopoly. So settling its antitrust disputes with the rival chip-maker was just good business. But can Intel get out of the trap set by its co-founder?
Intel and AMD said they will settle all legal disputes, including antitrust litigation, for $1.25 billion.
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