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One Year Ago: Antitrust Judge Likens Microsoft to Standard Oil

Originally published on February 23, 2000 and brought to you today as a time capsule. U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson dealt Microsoft Corp. a significant blow in its ongoing antitrust trial yesterday by comparing the software company to John D. Rockefeller's 19th century Standard ...

AOL in Digital Download Deal

Mammoth Internet service provider America Online announced an agreement Tuesday with InterTrust Technologies Corp. that will allow AOL's 23 million subscribers to digitally download music and videos for a fee, while protecting copyrighted material from theft.

Antitrust Judge Likens Microsoft to Standard Oil

District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson dealt Microsoft Corp. a significant blow in its ongoing antitrust trial yesterday by comparing the software company to John D. Rockefeller's 19th century Standard Oil monopoly that was broken up by the U.S. government some 90 years ago.

Amazon: Caught Between a Rock and a Hard Place

Reports earlier this week that online powerhouse Amazon.com is being sued by individual consumers as well as being investigated by the U.S. Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for privacy issues are the culmination of suspicions that have been coming to a boil since late last year.

Amazon To Receive $187.5M From Promotional Partners

Giant e-tailer Amazon.com announced deals today and on Friday that are expected to bring in $187.5 million from equity partners that will promote their products to Amazon's 16 million online shoppers.

Will Elon Musk ultimately purchase Twitter?
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