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The Wall Street Journal asked executives, lawmakers and lawyers what a settlement -- or a court-ordered remedy -- might look like. The Justice Department says it isn't ruling anything out; some states say they may seek a breakup.
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The Wall Street Journal asked executives, lawmakers and lawyers what a settlement -- or a court-ordered remedy -- might look like. The Justice Department says it isn't ruling anything out; some states say they may seek a breakup. Microsoft (Nasdaq: MSFT)officials themselves reject such talk and say it's premature to propose remedies before a final ruling. Full story. --Wall Street Journal

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