Intel May Agree To Marketing Changes In FTC Deal

Law360, New York (July 19, 2010, 3:41 PM EDT) -- Intel Corp. has reportedly reached a preliminary settlement with antitrust authorities at the Federal Trade Commission that will require the technology giant to extend the product marketing changes it agreed to under a November settlement with Advanced Micro Devices Inc. to graphics chips.

The settlement will not include a payment from Intel — as is typical under an FTC action — but it will regulate Intel's use of volume discounts for both central processing units and graphics chips, Reuters reported Monday, citing an unnamed source close...
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