The European Commission’s cases against Microsoft in the 2000s set the framework for the assessment of abusive conduct related to product integration and interoperability, and Microsoft became the first “big tech” company with direct experience of the power of antitrust enforcers. In this episode, we explore how Microsoft adapted its conduct in light of the imposed remedies and their continuous supervision, tracing how the company’s relationship with government enforcers evolved over time. No longer merely a defendant, Microsoft has more recently leveraged its experience to put pressure on its digital rivals and influence ongoing antitrust enforcement in the tech sector.
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We Are Now in a Global Cold War
With NATO expanding its focus to China, new battle lines are being drawn.
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Biden set to arrive at NATO summit that could help determine the next phase of war in Ukraine
President Joe Biden arrives in Spain on Tuesday for a NATO summit expected to significantly bolster the alliance's ...
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