EU threatens Microsoft with new fines in anti-trust row

EU threatens Microsoft with new fines in anti-trust row


European Union regulators on March 1 threatened global computer giant Microsoft with fresh fines in a long-running anti-trust battle, saying the company was overcharging competitors for information on Microsoft work group servers. The commission’s warning is the latest step in an acrimonious anti-trust row since March 2004 when EU regulators ordered the company to share its software with rivals that make software for network servers, which the company has been fighting furiously Microsoft has ap...


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