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Eurofines become a Reality for Redmond

The Eurostory we've been telling you about continues....

Well, Microsoft has not settled its anti-trust case with the EU, so now it's time for Redmond to throw some euros Brussels' way. The news, not exactly a shock, doesn't seem to have affected Microsoft's deflated stock price much, but it's surely one expense (and a big hassle) that Redmond would rather not have to deal with. Click here to read the piece from Reuters.

Update: The EU has finally arrived at a number that amounts to what Gates might have in the couch cushions. Click here to read the details.

Posted by Lee Pender on July 11, 2006


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