NPR's Jack Speer reports attorneys for the Microsoft Corporation told a federal judge in Washington that the company disagrees with the ruling in it's anti-trust case, denying that Microsoft monopolizes the software market. U.S. District Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson concluded Microsoft's dominance in personal computer operating systems had harmed consumers, competitors and other computer makers. Settlement talks between Microsoft and the Justice Department are expected to continue before a federal mediator.



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