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It's Over in Iowa for Microsoft

The long, protracted, embarrassing (Jim Allchin saying he's buy a Mac if he didn't work for Microsoft is now part of industry lore) anti-trust trial in Iowa is over for the Redmond legal team. Microsoft settled, but we're not sure for how much.

Who won? Well, that's hard to say, but for a hugely entertaining and completely dead-on read, check out your editor's former colleague, Dan Lyons, and his take in Forbes on the whole mess.

Posted by Lee Pender on 02/15/2007 at 1:20 PM


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