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Microsoft on Trial: Clash over key document

Microsoft Corp. and antitrust enforcers Thursday wrapped their examination of Microsoft Group Vice President Paul Maritz, but not before butting heads over documents government lawyers say could prove fatal to key portions of the software company's antitrust defence.

January 29, 1999 by

Microsoft on Trial: Judge to rule on bundling issue

The judge overseeing the landmark Microsoft Corp. antitrust trial is expected to rule on a government motion that could settle, once and for all, one of the most bitterly fought disputes of the entire trial -- whether or not Microsoft's browser is truly "inseparable" from the rest of the Windows operating system.

January 28, 1999 by

Microsoft on Trial: Judge quizzes MS witness over testimony

The dean of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's business school Thursday said Microsoft would charge as much as $2,000 (£1,220) for each copy of the Windows 98 PC operating system if it were the monopoly the government alleges it to be.Richard Schmalensee made the assertion as part of his seventh day of testimony for the defence in the ongoing antitrust trial against the world's most valuable company.

January 22, 1999 by

Microsoft on Trial: MS witness concedes DoJ points

An economist testifying for Microsoft in its antitrust case this morning said software companies that "tie" separate software programs into their operating systems may harm consumers if that integration makes competing programs malfunction.The admission by MIT Dean Richard Schmalensee cut to the heart of the government's case against Microsoft Corp.

January 20, 1999 by

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