The Microsoft breakup that never happened Computerworld - Thomas P. Jackson, the former federal judge who in 2000 ruled that Microsoft should be split into two companies as punishment for monopolistic business practices, died Saturday at his Maryland home. He was 76.
June 18, 2013 - Computerworld
Letter: Some Aspen monopoly perspective Regarding “Monopoly on hospital surgical services called in to question” (Aspen Daily News, June 11) and “Concerned residents fill boardroom at hospital” (The Aspen Times, June 11), for those who favor breaking up a monopolistic Aspen Valley Hospital exclusive contract for surgical services, having competition and having the surgeon of your choice, I advise you whip out the “Aspen/Kodak Rule ...
June 17, 2013 - The Aspen Times
Laura DiDio in E-Commerce Times They have an uphill battle in front of them, because the EU is determined to hold Microsoft accountable for what it feels to be monopolistic and bullying tendencies,DiDio said.
Richard Blumenthal in Crosswalk.com I regard this title as a badge of honor - recognizing my relentless fights against big tobacco, air polluters, environmental law breakers and monopolistic predators,Blumenthal said.
Bob Parsons in PR Newswire (press release) We are bitterly disappointed, but we're not giving up yet. It's simply a bad deal for the industry and registrants everywhere,said Bob Parsons, CEO and Founder of GoDaddy.com. "The fact that this monopolistic deal was approved is a loud...