Microsoft Settles Antitrust Suit with AOL-Time Warner Software giant Microsoft agrees to pay AOL-Time Warner $750 million to settle an antitrust suit charging that Microsoft used its market muscle to make its Internet Explorer the dominant Web-browsing software. NPR's John McChesney reports.
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Microsoft Settles Antitrust Suit with AOL-Time Warner

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Microsoft Settles Antitrust Suit with AOL-Time Warner

Microsoft Settles Antitrust Suit with AOL-Time Warner

Microsoft Settles Antitrust Suit with AOL-Time Warner

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Software giant Microsoft agrees to pay AOL-Time Warner $750 million to settle an antitrust suit charging that Microsoft used its market muscle to make its Internet Explorer the dominant Web-browsing software. NPR's John McChesney reports.