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Microsoft's VP Testimony Hurts Case

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Microsoft's VP Testimony Hurts Case

Microsoft's VP Testimony Hurts Case

Microsoft's VP Testimony Hurts Case

Only Available in Archive Formats.

NPR's John McChesney reports on yesterday's dramatic installment in the Microsoft trial, during which the testimony of a key Microsoft witness, senior vice president James Allchin, fell apart under cross-examination by lead government lawyer David Boies. Allchin was forced to concede some of the points he had made when a video demonstration on the effectiveness of Windows — minus Microsoft's Internet Explorer browser — went awry.

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