May 2003: Journalist.
Role Name Type Last Updated Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) International Data Group (IDG) Organization Employee/Freelancer/Contractor (past or present) New York Times Source Jul 13, 2005
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Date Fairness.com Resource Read it at: Jul 28, 2006 EU opens unofficial investigation into HD DVD and Blu-ray
QUOTE: The European Commission has launched an unofficial antitrust probe into the two emerging DVD formats championed by Toshiba and Sony, a spokesman said Thursday.
MacWorld Jul 13, 2005 Europeans Step Up Investigation Into Intel
QUOTE: Besides the early visits to Intel offices, commission officials also conducted dawn raids on computer makers and retailers, seeking evidence that Intel, the world's No. 1 chip maker, has been abusing a rebate program intended to keep PC makers from buying chips from Intel's competitors.
New York Times Jun 15, 2005 European Commission Is Expected to Rule That AstraZeneca Abused Patent
QUOTE: "After an investigation that took several years, the commission's antitrust division decided that AstraZeneca prevented generic drug makers from marketing a cheaper version of Losec, even though its patent protection had expired, the person said on condition of anonymity."
New York Times Jun 07, 2005 Europe and Microsoft in Accord on Competition Rules
QUOTE: ...the commission agreed to exclude open-source software developers from learning the details on Windows until Microsoft's appeal of the ruling works its way through the courts, a process that could take years.
New York Times Jun 04, 2005 Investigators Raid Fruit Companies in Europe
QUOTE: "European antitrust officials raided the offices of banana and pineapple suppliers this week, after a tip that the companies may have conspired to fix prices for many years, the European Commission said (Friday)."
New York Times May 16, 2003 Microsoft defends use of special fund
QUOTE: The head of Microsoft Corp.'s European operations said Thursday that countries throughout Europe were the target of a special fund designed to capture deals with governments and large institutions.
International Herald Tribune (IHT) Oct 30, 2002 Europe Fines Nintendo $147 Million for Price Fixing
QUOTE: The European Commission fined Nintendo, the Japanese video game maker, $147 million today for colluding with seven European distributors to fix prices on its products.
New York Times Oct 01, 2002 Europeans to Exempt U.S. From War Court
QUOTE: The 15 nations of the European Union agreed today to exempt American soldiers and government officials from prosecution for war crimes at the International Criminal Court, an issue that had troubled trans-Atlantic relations for several months.
New York Times Nov 10, 2001 Europe Moving Toward Ban On Internet Hate Speech
QUOTE: The 43-nation Council of Europe is trying to ban racist and hate speech from the Internet by adding a protocol, or side agreement, to its cybercrime convention...
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