Sunday, June 11, 2000
Intel's Mac Cover-up
If it wants to avoid taking the same sort of heat, Intel should take every step necessary to ensure that such a clear abuse of its economic clout isn't repeated.
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View From The Heart: MacAddict has a great policy of sending you a new disk if you write and tell them yours got a bad burn. One of the reasons I keep resubscribing...
Benefits Seen In MS Split
Microsoft lovers may not be happy with Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson's ruling to break up the company, but they have nothing to worry about. Consumer affairs experts say the split wouldn't hurt Microsoft users.
Microsoft's Setback: Was It Faith Or Arrogance?
One of the most enduring images from Microsoft Corp.'s antitrust trial is that of Chairman Bill Gates, in his videotaped depositions, stating he does not know what a "browser" is.
[Joel Klein's] new potential opponent in the Microsoft case looks even more formidable: Texas Governor George W. Bush.
Can Owners Discount Microsoft Uncertainty?
Going forward, there is going to be a lot of volatility in the stock.
From The Top, Plans To March Toward Victory
Steven A. Ballmer, chief executive of Microsoft, said in an interview that despite the judge's ruling in the government's antitrust case, the company will "not be shy" about adding more features to the Windows operating system.
Will MS Case Fast Track To Supreme Court?
DOJ wants it, but experts are split on whether the top court will be willing to bypass federal appeals process.
Microsoft Restrictions: Who Benefits?
In the aftermath of the Microsoft final ruling, PC makers are now 'free' to use alternative products. But will they?
MS: Innovator Or Integrator?
Critics say "innovation" and "Microsoft" don't belong in the same sentence. Others say the company's had a few notable, if not shining moments. Microsoft howls in protest.