August 10, 2014
by Julie Deisher
A judge for the US District Court for the Northern District of California on Friday rejected a bid by Adobe Systems Inc., Apple, Google and Intel to settle ongoing antitrust litigation brought by employees in the technology industry. The corporations filed a motion in June requesting the leave of ...[read more]
July 2, 2014
by Peter Snyder
A judge for the US District Court for the Southern District of New York on Tuesday dismissed two securities fraud counts against Rengan Rajaratnam, the brother Raj Rajaratnam, the founder of the now defunct Galleon Group. US District Judge Naomi Reice Buchwald ruled that a reasonable jury would ...[read more]
July 3, 2012
by Sung Un Kim
US computer chip maker Intel on Tuesday argued before the EU General Court that the European Commission used flawed and inadequate evidence when it imposed a fine against the company in 2009. Intel had brought the challenge two months after the Commission's decision to fine the company, claiming ...[read more]
July 27, 2011
by Dwyer Arce
On July 27, 2007, the European Commission (EC) announced that its Directorate General for Competition had sent a Statement of Objections (SO) to semiconductor manufacturing giant Intel, notifying the company that the EC believes it had abused its dominant position in the x86 architecture processor ...[read more]
August 4, 2010
by Daniel Richey
The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) settled its lawsuit against Intel on Wednesday, with the industry-leading microchip maker agreeing to a set of conditions designed to facilitate fairer competition from competitors such as Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) and Nvidia. The FTC originally filed suit ...[read more]
February 9, 2010
by Sarah Miley
Former Intel Capital executive Rajiv Goel pleaded guilty to insider trading charges on Monday in connection with the probe surrounding Galleon Group hedge fund founder Raj Rajaratnam and former hedge fund consultant Danielle Chiesi. The US Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York... ...[read more]
January 13, 2010
by Carrie Schimizzi
The US military referred charges Monday against Army Capt. Carl Bjork, accused by several Iraqi detainees of ordering the killings of two Iraqi civilians in 2006. The charges against Bjork include one count of reckless endangerment and two counts of premeditated murder. The accusers are three ...[read more]
December 16, 2009
by Jaclyn Belczyk
The US Federal Trade Commission (FTC) on Wednesday sued computer microchip manufacturer Intel for antitrust violations. The complaint alleges that Intel used its dominant market position to stifle competition. According to the FTC, Intel engaged in threats and other unlawful tactics to coerce ...[read more]
November 12, 2009
by Brian Jackson
Computer microchip manufacturer Intel on Thursday agreed to settle all outstanding legal issues with rival Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) by paying paying its competitor $1.25 billion. The terms of the settlement were laid out in press releases by both Intel and AMD, with the major provisions being ...[read more]
November 5, 2009
by Christian Ehret
The New York Attorney General on Wednesday filed an antitrust suit against Intel, alleging that the microprocessor manufacturer engaged in illegal conduct to further its dominance in the marketplace. The complaint alleges that Intel obtained exclusive contracts from manufacturers in exchange for ...[read more]

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