The EU Slaps MicrosoftAgain
Microsoft absorbed another blow in its eight-year dispute with the European Commission when antitrust regulators said on Mar. 1 that the Redmond (Wash.) software giant had failed to make key information about its operating systems available to other software companies at a reasonable price. But the latest action isn't likely to break Microsoft's stride any more than previous decisions from the office of EU Competition Commissioner Neelie Kroes.
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