Stories by Elizabeth Wasserman and Keith Perine

Microsoft Settlement Talks Accelerate

The antitrust trial of the digital age might be swiftly coming to a conclusion as settlement talks reportedly accelerate and the trial judge nears a final ruling on whether Microsoft Corp. broke antitrust laws.

MS/DOJ - Oral Arguments Close Antitrust Trial

A federal judge zeroed in on what potential impact a 1998 U.S. Court of Appeals ruling on tying products together will have on the Microsoft antitrust case during closing arguments in what may be the last legal face-off before a court ruling in the US yesterday.

Oral Arguments Close Antitrust Trial

A federal judge zeroed in on what potential impact a 1998 U.S. Court of Appeals ruling on tying products together will have on the Microsoft Corp. antitrust case this morning during closing arguments in what may be the last legal face-off before a court ruling.

Netcos to Attend White House 'Cybersummit'

A few years ago, when the White House tried to meet with technology leaders to discuss the nation's critical telecommunications infrastructure, it was hard to find takers.