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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Must modify its contracts.
Anti-competitive actions strike again.
Auction system not working.
Samsung, SK Hynix, Micron facing big fines.
€5 million and €10 million respectively
Will charge for its Android apps.
EC closes its repayment case.
Denon & Marantz, Philips, Pioneer, too.
Bolstered by Intel's recent green-light.
Alleges price fixing, Single Market blocks.
Same claims as its US filing.
Unlikely to actually happen, though.
Apple, Google, Intel, Adobe still in the dock.
Four offices raided so far.
Dell has put aside $100 million to settle possible antitrust claims following its work with Intel.
In a filing with the FTC, Intel has unearthed a 2004 e-mail made by AMD's then-vice president Henri Richard stating that he would "never buy AMD for a personal system."
Recent reports claim that the US Federal Trade Commission is close to filing a complaint alleging the Intel has engaged in anti-competitive practices.
As expected, the EU has slapped Intel with a record fine for abusing its dominant position in the market. It found Intel guilty of antitrust on two counts.
The EU is expected to announce this week that it will fine Intel for anti-competitive business practices that stretch back eight years.
Browser developers Opera and Mozilla have accused Microsoft of anti-competitive behaviour over the Windows 7 update process, which resets the default browser to IE.
A San Francisco jury has ruled that Rambus did not engage in anti-competitive behaviour when it was a part of JEDEC in the mid-90s.
An economic study done by ERS Group has found that Intel has extracted over £31 billion in monopoly profits in the past decade.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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