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Ouch. Intel to Face Formal FTC Probe.

7 years agoTechnology : Gigaom

The Federal Trade Commission, after two years of looking into allegations that Intel has behaved anticompetitively in the microprocessor market, has decided to act, announcing a formal probe. At issue is whether Intel offered PC makers rebates to use its chips instead of AMD’s. Intel issued a statement in response. The company believes its business practices [...]
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