A Tale of Two EC Cases: IBM and Microsoft
John Vickers ()
Antitrust Chronicle, 2009, vol. 1
Arguably the largest abuse of dominance case in Europe before Microsoft was the IBM case of the early 1980s. Both cases were about interoperability and bundling, and both followed litigation in the United States. Unlike Microsoft , the European IBM case was settled without a decision being taken, so the public record is thin.
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