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Microsoft Wednesday, 12 February, 2003, 18:48 GMT
Microsoft's Windows XP system Microsoft faces new complaint
Rivals including Oracle and Sun Microsystems ask Europe to investigate new allegations about Microsoft's tactics.
  
  
Microsoft deal agreed Microsoft reaches anti-trust deal
The US government agrees an anti-trust settlement with Microsoft, but hurdles remain before the long-running case is resolved.
Microsoft Office XP software Microsoft's business challenges
The software giant has faced more than legal challenges as it tries to cope with a slowdown in computer sales and revenue growth.
Microsoft broken up
A judge orders the break-up of software giant Microsoft, in the biggest anti-trust judgement in US history.
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An overview of the case so far
What's it all about?


The corporate giants split up by anti-trust authorities
Century of trustbusting


Gamers are waiting to get their hands on Microsoft's new X-Box console for the first time at an exhibition in Los Angeles
Consoles clash at expo


The end of Microsoft's court troubles could spell problems for its rivalsFuture shock
Could Microsoft's ambitions hobble its progress?

Bill Gates enjoys the verbal jousting in court over the anti-trust caseWar of words
Software chief enjoys verbal jousting
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