Edmonton spammer case goes before Supreme Court

Edmonton spammer case goes before Supreme Court

An Edmonton man, who was acquitted two years ago in Alberta for selling a credit card generator and recipes how...

January 13th, 2005 Rebecca Reid

Microsoft again asks Supreme Court for review

Microsoft again asks Supreme Court for review

In a filing with the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday, Microsoft Corp. continued its strike against the trial court judge who...

September 13th, 2001 Matt Berger

DOJ asks U.S. Supreme Court to reject MS appeal

DOJ asks U.S. Supreme Court to reject MS appeal

The U.S. government Friday urged the Supreme Court to reject Microsoft Corp.'s bid to review its antitrust case.Microsoft asked the...

September 4th, 2001 Matt Berger

DOJ hires a new anti-Microsoft gun

DOJ hires a new anti-Microsoft gun

The Justice Department has tapped Philip Beck, a Chicago trial lawyer, to be its new field general in the government's...

July 23rd, 2001 Keith Perine

DOJ asks appeals court to hurry Microsoft case

DOJ asks appeals court to hurry Microsoft case

The U.S. Department of Justice on Friday asked an appeals court to speed up the process for sending the government's...

July 16th, 2001 Matt Berger

Judge rebuked during Microsoft appeal

Judge rebuked during Microsoft appeal

The judge who found Microsoft Corp. guilty of antitrust violations and ordered the company split in two was on trial...

March 6th, 2001 Margret Johnston and Bob Trott

Attorneys picked in antitrust case

Attorneys picked in antitrust case

Microsoft Corp. and the U.S. Department of Justice (DOJ) late Friday announced their selections of the attorneys who will represent...

January 9th, 2001 Patrick Thibodeau

Supremely good news for Microsoft

Supremely good news for Microsoft

Speculation about a Microsoft breakup might go the way of DOS: history. All bets are now on the giant staying...

October 10th, 2000 Elizabeth Wasserman and Dominic Gates

Supremely good news for Microsoft

Supremely good news for Microsoft

Speculation about a Microsoft breakup might go the way of DOS: history. All bets are now on the giant staying...

October 10th, 2000 Elizabeth Wasserman and Dominic Gates