U.S. V. Microsoft

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McGraw-Hill, 2001 - Business & Economics - 349 pages
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-- The United States v. Microsoft is one of the most watched trials of the century. The implications of this battle will affect everything from electronic commerce to network communications.
-- Available just weeks after Judge Jackson issues his final remedy, making this the first book available that contains inside analysis on the implications of the outcome and the overall battle.
-- Complete, unaltered story of the trial told by the most respected newspaper in the world, The New York Times.
-- U.S. v. Microsoft offers readers the inside scoop on this infamous trial -- from fascinating behind-the-scenes information to insightful analysis of the day's events, the ruling, and how the case affects entrepreneurs and capitalism.

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Contents

A FindeSiecle Law at the Millennium
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Opening Arguments
21
CHAPTER 2
29
Copyright

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About the author (2001)

Lohr is senior writer and technology correspondent for the New York Times.

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