antitrust

Intel and AMD settle antitrust case

Intel and AMD settle antitrust case

Agree to halt all ongoing legal action.
David Neal Nov 13 2009, 8:28AM Strategy
Intel anti-trust appeal details released

Intel anti-trust appeal details released

EU publishes text of chip firm's motion for dismissal.
Shaun Nichols Sep 17 2009, 8:13AM Hardware
Google faces new anti-trust probe

Google faces new anti-trust probe

Italian authorities open investigation over news service.
Shaun Nichols Aug 29 2009, 9:17AM Software
Qualcomm hit with US$208m antitrust fine

Qualcomm hit with US$208m antitrust fine

South Korea doles out penalty for pricing.
Shaun Nichols Jul 24 2009, 12:53PM News
Microsoft faces more EU anti-trust probes

Microsoft faces more EU anti-trust probes

New investigations centre on Office suite.
Rosalie Marshall Jul 9 2009, 9:27AM News
Microsoft calls off EU hearing

Microsoft calls off EU hearing

An EU hearing over more antitrust allegations against Microsoft has been called off due to a scheduling conflict.
Shaun Nichols May 25 2009, 9:42AM Software
IBM close to US$7bn offer for Sun

IBM close to US$7bn offer for Sun

The Wall Street Journal is reporting that IBM is close to finalising a deal to buy Sun Microsystems.
Iain Thomson Apr 3 2009, 3:08PM Hardware
Google may face monopoly probe

Google may face monopoly probe

Faces possible breakup.
Iain Thomson Feb 19 2009, 2:44PM Software
EU dismisses Microsoft antitrust appeal

EU dismisses Microsoft antitrust appeal

The European Court of First Instance in Luxembourg has backed the European Commission's judgement on the 2004 antitrust lawsuit against Microsoft.
Staff Writers Sep 18 2007, 7:03AM Software
Intel hits back at EU antitrust probe

Intel hits back at EU antitrust probe

Nothing to see here, move along please.
Iain Thomson Jul 31 2007, 7:30AM Hardware
US critiques South Korea decision in Microsoft case

US critiques South Korea decision in Microsoft case

US officials have criticised a decision by South Korean regulators forcing software giant Microsoft to separate its instant messaging service from the Windows operating system.
Peter Kaplan Dec 8 2005, 1:07PM Software
South Korea orders Microsoft to unbundle Windows

South Korea orders Microsoft to unbundle Windows

Microsoft was ordered to separate its instant messaging service from its Windows software and allow rival products on its system in South Korea after losing a ruling on unfair business practices.
Kim Yeon-hee Dec 8 2005, 10:00AM Software
Oracle says gets US regulator OK on Siebel deal

Oracle says gets US regulator OK on Siebel deal

Database software giant Oracle said on Tuesday that US antitrust regulators had cleared its US$5.9 billion purchase of formerly fierce rival Siebel Systems.
Staff Writers Nov 17 2005, 9:00AM Software
AMD subpoenas Intel customers in antitrust case

AMD subpoenas Intel customers in antitrust case

Advanced Micro Devices on Thursday said it has served subpoenas this week on dozens of Intel customers seeking documents for its private antitrust lawsuit against arch-rival Intel Corp.
Staff Writers Oct 7 2005, 9:00AM Hardware
EU names trustee for Microsoft ruling compliance

EU names trustee for Microsoft ruling compliance

The European Commission has appointed a computer scientist to help ensure that Microsoft complies with a 2004 ruling on how its software is sold, a latest step in the landmark anti-trust case.
Staff Writers Oct 6 2005, 10:30AM Software
Microsoft could face fresh EU case in future

Microsoft could face fresh EU case in future

The European Commission may bring a new competition case against Microsoft after the EU executive received fresh complaints about the US software giant, the EU competition commissioner said in a newspaper interview this week.
Staff Writers Sep 21 2005, 12:00PM Software

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