U.S. appeals court rejects Microsoft breakup

U.S. appeals court rejects Microsoft breakup

A federal appeals court delivered a ruling Thursday in the landmark antitrust case between Microsoft Corp. and the U.S. government,...

June 29th, 2001 Matt Berger

U.S. court upholds Microsoft monopoly ruling

U.S. court upholds Microsoft monopoly ruling

U.S. District Court Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson erred when he wouldn't allow an evidentiary hearing on remedies in the federal...

June 29th, 2001 Nancy Weil

Napster’s D-Day approaches … again

Napster’s D-Day approaches … again

Napster Inc. continues its struggle to filter out copyrighted music from its service as the company faces a deadline Monday...

March 13th, 2001 Laura Rohde

Napster sued

Napster sued

Napster Inc., the MP3-trading company already under heavy fire from the Recording Industry Association of America Inc. and its member...

March 8th, 2001 Sam Costello

Microsoft:

Microsoft:

Two days of oral arguments in the U.S. antitrust case against Microsoft Corp. opened Monday with the lead lawyer for...

February 27th, 2001 Margret Johnston

Microsoft brief may be to the taste of Appeals Court

Microsoft brief may be to the taste of Appeals Court

The appeals brief filed Monday by Microsoft Corp. in its ongoing antitrust battle with the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ)...

November 29th, 2000 Clare Haney and Margret Johnston

Industry groups file pro-Microsoft Amicus brief

Industry groups file pro-Microsoft Amicus brief

Two nonprofit trade associations favoring the legal position of Microsoft Corp. in its antitrust case appeal filed a joint amicus...

November 28th, 2000 George A. Chidi Jr