The Marketplace Report: AMD Battles Intel in Court Madeleine Brand talks to John Dimsdale of Marketplace about the anti-trust lawsuit filed by computer chipmaker AMD against business rival Intel. AMD claims that Intel, which controls 80 percent of the personal computer chip market, has built a near-monopoly. Also, a verdict has been reached in the corporate fraud trial of former HealthSouth executive Richard Scrushy.
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The Marketplace Report: AMD Battles Intel in Court

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The Marketplace Report: AMD Battles Intel in Court

The Marketplace Report: AMD Battles Intel in Court

The Marketplace Report: AMD Battles Intel in Court

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Madeleine Brand talks to John Dimsdale of Marketplace about the anti-trust lawsuit filed by computer chipmaker AMD against business rival Intel. AMD claims that Intel, which controls 80 percent of the personal computer chip market, has built a near-monopoly. Also, a verdict has been reached in the corporate fraud trial of former HealthSouth executive Richard Scrushy.