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  • EU Ombudsman faults EC's Intel antitrust ruling

    The European Ombudsman accused the European Commission on Thursday of "maladministration" during its antitrust investigation of Intel, which resulted in a hefty fine earlier this year, as well as an order to desist from its anti-competitive practices.

  • Latest suit against Intel could open doors for AMD

    New York's antitrust suit filed against Intel Corp. today, coupled with previous antitrust actions and lawsuits, could give rivals like Advanced Micro Devices Inc. room to pick up some steam in the processor business. New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo today filed a federal antitrust lawsuit alleging that Intel threatened computer makers, made payoffs and engaged in a "worldwide, systematic campaign of illegal conduct."

  • NY Intel antitrust lawsuit gets mixed reviews

    New York Attorney General Andrew Cuomo's decision to file an antitrust lawsuit against Intel doesn't make sense, with prices for microprocessors falling sharply in recent years, said some critics.

  • EU reveals 'smoking gun' e-mails from Intel antitrust probe

    In an unusual move, the European Commission unveiled e-mail exchanges between Intel and computer manufacturers that its antitrust officials describe as "smoking gun" evidence from the probe that resulted in the chip maker being fined just over $1.45 billion in May.

  • Intel asks court to dismiss EU antitrust case

    Intel has asked Europe's second highest court to annul last May's antitrust ruling against the company, accusing the regulators of erring in law and of producing sloppy analysis, according to details of the appeal made public Tuesday.

  • EU to report on Intel's complaint in antitrust case

    The ombudsman for the European Union has confirmed receiving a complaint from Intel about the way its antitrust case was handled in Europe and said he will publish a summary of his decision later this month.

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