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Microsoft delivers Office 2000 update

Microsoft delivers Office 2000 update

Microsoft has made available for download Service Pack 2 for Office 2000. According to the WinInformant Windows enthusiast site, the latest collection of fixes "includes updates for system administrators that need to rollout Office in corporate settings.

November 28, 2000 by in Microsoft

Shareholders question MS on suit

Shareholders question MS on suit

Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson may have skewered Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) in the latest round of action in its antitrust case with the Department of Justice, but that didn’t stop shareholders at the company’s annual meeting from welcoming executives with a hearty standing ovation.

November 9, 1999 by in Microsoft

Microsoft trial: It's all in the APIs

Microsoft trial: It's all in the APIs

As both sides in the Microsoft Corp. (msft) antitrust trial rush to paint their perspective of the software giant’s future -- niggling over handfuls of words and phrases throughout a flurry of last-minute legal documents -- their filings are spotlighting a geeky nugget of technology that for years has spelled dominance for Microsoft: the API.

June 1, 2000 by in Microsoft

States: Still no consensus on MS settlement

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.

November 9, 1999 by in Microsoft

Outsiders offer options for Microsoft

Outsiders offer options for Microsoft

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.

November 9, 1999 by in Microsoft

Paul Allen's Charter Communications prices at $19

Paul Allen's Charter Communications prices at $19

Charter Communications, Paul Allen's cable company, priced its shares at $19 a pop for trading Tuesday. The company is one of the whoppers among this week's offerings, which also includes Expedia, the spin off of Microsoft's online travel business, and United Parcel Service, a back-door e-commerce stock.

November 8, 1999 by in Microsoft