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Microsoft's response to the government

Yesterday, Microsoft submitted a 70-page response to the government's findings of fact last November that declared the company a monopoly. Here are links to articles and the full text of Microsoft's response.


More than two months after the government accused the Microsoft Corp. of being a monopoly and squelching competition, the company issued its formal response yesterday, challenging the government’s findings.

The response comes less than a week after the company named Steve Ballmer as its new CEO amid rumors that the government is considering breaking the company into several pieces.

The story tops our IT News today. If you want more accounts of Microsoft’s response, here are three links to articles and links that lead to the full text of the company’s “conclusions of law” filed in U.S. District Court.
Will the government change its plans for Microsoft? Will Microsoft be broken into three separate companies? What’s best for consumers? What’s best for Microsoft? Post a comment below or send us an e-mail .
More than two months after the government accused the Microsoft Corp. of being a monopoly and squelching competition, the company issued its formal response yesterday, challenging the government’s findings.

The response comes less than a week after the company named Steve Ballmer as its new CEO amid rumors that the government is considering breaking the company into several pieces.

The story tops our IT News today. If you want more accounts of Microsoft’s response, here are three links to articles and links that lead to the full text of the company’s “conclusions of law” filed in U.S. District Court.
Will the government change its plans for Microsoft? Will Microsoft be broken into three separate companies? What’s best for consumers? What’s best for Microsoft? Post a comment below or send us an e-mail .

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