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Conclusions of law and order: United States of America v. Microsoft Corporation, C.A. 98-1232 : State of New York, ex rel. Eliot Spitzer, et al., v. Microsoft Corporation, C.A. 98-1233 ebook

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5. Defendant Microsoft Corporation is organized under the laws of the State of Washington, and its headquarters are situated in Redmond, Washington.

1. A "personal computer" ("PC") is a digital information processing device designed for use by one person at a time. 5. Since its inception, Microsoft has focused primarily on developing software and licensing it to various purchasers.

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United states of america, Plaintiff, v. MICROSOFT CORPORATION, Defendant Civil Action No. 98-1232 (TPJ). STATE OF NEW YORK ex rel. Attorney General ELIOT SPITZER, et a. Plaintiffs, v. 98-1233 (TPJ). United states' And plaintiff states' joint rebuttal witness list.

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Civil Action Nos. 98-1232 (TPJ), 98-1233 (TPJ). The United States, nineteen individual states, and the District of Columbia ( the plaintiffs ) bring these consolidated civil enforcement actions against defen- dant Microsoft Corporation ( Microsoft ) under the Sherman Antitrust Act, 15 . to run on Intel-compatible personal com- puters ( PCs ).

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MICROSOFT CORPORATION, Defendant Civil Action No. STATE OF NEW YORK, ex rel. MICROSOFT CORPORATION, Defendant Civil Action No. Under those settled principles of monopolization law, Microsoft's multiple actions to repel promising efforts to lower the critical barrier to entry into its monopoly market constitute unlawful maintenance of a monopoly.

Conclusions of law and order: United States of America v. Microsoft Corporation, C.A. 98-1232 : State of New York, ex rel. Eliot Spitzer, et al., v. Microsoft Corporation, C.A. 98-1233 ebook
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