Antitrust NewsWatch: April 2005

Thursday, April 28, 2005

Microsoft needs to provide patent data to EU officials - SignOnSanDiego.com

"ST. GALLEN, Switzerland (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp. needs to provide key information to the Europe Commission before the EU executive can impose sanctions against the software giant, a top Commission official said on Thursday."
SignOnSanDiego.com > News > Technology -- Microsoft needs to provide patent data-EU official

Wednesday, April 27, 2005

Microsoft, EU fail to settle differences - Washingtron Post

"BRUSSELS, Belgium -- A meeting between Microsoft Corp. CEO Steve Ballmer and the European Union's antitrust chief failed to settle the main outstanding differences over the EU's landmark case against the software giant, the EU said."
Microsoft, EU Fail to Settle Differences

Monday, April 25, 2005

Rambus says legal developments favorable - BusinessWeek.com

Shares of Rambus Inc. rose Monday after the computer-memory maker, which has been embroiled in legal wranglings over its technology, said three lawsuits are developing in its favor.
Rambus says legal developments favorable

Tuesday, April 12, 2005

Court upholds Florida Microsoft settlement - CNET News.com

"A Florida appeals court on Wednesday upheld Microsoft's settlement of a class action suit that provides benefits to consumers who purchased licenses for Microsoft operating system, productivity suite, spreadsheet or word-processing software between Nov. 16, 1995, and Dec. 31, 2002, for use in the state."
Court upholds Florida Microsoft settlement | CNET News.com

Thursday, April 07, 2005

Intel faces countersuit from equipment maker - The Standard

"BEIJING- A company targeted by Intel in the chip giant's first copyright lawsuit on the mainland has countersued, accusing the United States firm of engaging in illegal monopolistic practices, state media said."
The Standard - Intel faces countersuit from equipment maker - China Section

Friday, April 01, 2005

Intel to abide by Japan FTC recommendations - CNET News.com

"Intel said it would agree to antitrust recommendations by the Japan Fair Trade Commission, which has called on Intel to halt the practice of requiring PC makers to limit the use of competitors' chips in exchange for monetary rebates."
Intel to abide by Japan FTC recommendations | CNET News.com