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PC Memory Maker Admits to Price Fixing
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PC Memory Maker Admits to Price Fixing

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PC Memory Maker Admits to Price Fixing

PC Memory Maker Admits to Price Fixing
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German memory chipmaker Infineon Technologies AG pleads guilty to price fixing and agrees to pay $160 million in fines. In a plea deal with the Justice Department, Infineon admits to conspiring to drive up prices for memory used in PCs and consumer electronics. NPR's Laura Sydell reports.

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