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States: Still no consensus on MS settlement

The 19 states participating in the antitrust lawsuit against Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT)have not yet reached a consensus about "the best remedies we mightseek in the Microsoft case," according to Iowa Attorney General, Tom Miller. His statement came amid a flurry of speculation following the findings of fact by U.
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The 19 states participating in the antitrust lawsuit against Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT) have not yet reached a consensus about "the best remedies we might seek in the Microsoft case," according to Iowa Attorney General, Tom Miller. His statement came amid a flurry of speculation following the findings of fact by U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson that Microsoft was a predatory monopolist. "Judge Jackson's findings of fact support a wide range of possible remedies, and we continue to explore all those possible remedies," said Miller, who coordinated the states' participation in the lawsuit. "State attorneys general are in no rush to narrow our options on remedies. Nor do we believe there are any litmus tests other than our resolve to ensure for all consumers the greatest competition, the most innovation, the widest amount of choice, and the lowest prices. -- Charles Cooper, ZDNN See also ZDNet News Business section

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