Experts frown on Microsoft solutions
If the software giant shows little contrition for abusing its monopoly, experts are wondering how its recommendations for modifying its behavior can be taken seriously.
Microsoft: We will bend, but not break
The software giant agrees to immediately accept restrictions on its business practices if a federal judge dismisses a government proposal to break the company in two.
Full text: Breakup "inappropriate"
The software giant in one of several documents filed to the court calls government plans to break it into two companies "unprecedented and wholly inappropriate."
Stock price keeps clouds over Redmond
Microsoft stock sinks near a 52-week low at the same time it rejects the government breakup proposal and offers its own plan to address antitrust concerns.
Microsoft likely to win delay in antitrust case
The judge in the software giant's antitrust case probably will have to give the company at least some of
the time it asked for to prepare its defense.
Klein: Microsoft used monopoly "tricks"
The Justice Department's top trustbuster says Microsoft's anti-competitive
actions were not invented for the New Economy but instead relied on "time-tested tricks" of monopolists.
Government to judge: Break up Microsoft
The Justice Department and several states ask a federal judge to break Microsoft into two companies to prevent it from further abusing its monopoly position in the software market.
Industry views breakup as too little, too late
Many in the high-tech industry view the proposal as ineffective at best and, at worst, an ill-conceived action that addresses obsolete issues.
The trial basics: Key questions and players
After more than 18 months in and out of the courts, it may be getting a little tough to keep track of the Microsoft antitrust trial.