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March 2, 2006

EU says Microsoft on double secret probation

Posted by David Hunter at 2:06 PM ET.

The Microsoft antitrust fight with the European Commission is yielding a wealth of entertainment. The AP story I linked earlier today has just been updated:

Microsoft Corp. will be fined if it keeps up its current conduct, the EU’s antitrust chief warned Thursday after the company accused the EU of withholding documents and colluding with Microsoft’s rivals before filing charges last December.

“If we pursue the line we are following now, there will be fines and they won’t be small fines,” EU Competition Commissioner Neelie Kroes told Dow Jones Newswires.

I’m sure that prospect has occurred to Microsoft.

Filed under Antitrust, General Business, Governmental Relations, Legal

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