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  1. Microsoft wins battle but war continues- The only question left in this chapter of Microsoft's long-running anti-trust battle is how Bill Gates will celebrate. November 1st, 2002. - http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/2390189.stm
  2. S. targets Microsoft- U.S. regulators Monday launched one of the biggest antitrust assaults of the century, accusing Microsoft Corp. of using its dominance in computer software to drive competitors out of business. May 18th, 1998. - http://money.cnn.com/1998/05/18/technology/competition/
  3. Microsoft opponents cheer- Microsoft Corp.'s competitors came out strong Monday in their support of U.S. regulators' latest antitrust assault against the software giant. However, they emphasized there will be no quick resolution. May 18th, 1998. - http://money.cnn.com/1998/05/18/technology/competition/
  4. Gates: suit is unreasonable- Microsoft Chairman to invest heavily in defense; expects to 'prevail'. Federal and state regulators may have stopped short of asking the courts to directly enjoin Microsoft from shipping Windows 98, but their requests to redesign the software will have the same crippling effect, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates told CNNfn. May 18th, 1998.- http://money.cnn.com/1998/05/18/technology/microsoft_suit/

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