BRUSSELS – The long-awaited decision by the Court of First Instance in Luxembourg supports the European Commission, the E.U.’s top antitrust regulator, on the two essential aspects of the antitrust case against Microsoft Corp.

The Commission was right to take action to prevent Microsoft from bundling in Windows Media Player into the Windows operating system, the court concluded. It was also right to force Microsoft to reveal interoperability information to makers of server operating systems.

An order for Microsoft to pay a fine of



Related Download
The Senior Leader's Guidebook to Emergency Management and Business Continuity Sponsor: BlackBerry
The Senior Leader’s Guidebook to Emergency Management and Business Continuity

Register Now