Microsoft Says It Will Meet EU Antitrust Deadline
Microsoft is accused of disobeying a March 2004 EU antitrust ruling by overcharging rivals for interoperability information needed to write programs compatible with Windows.
The Redmond, Wash.-based company originally had until April 3 to respond to the charges before being fined, but the EU granted Microsoft an extension until Monday.
Microsoft had wanted to...
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