Race to the waiting line
|In Silicon Valley, fast firms and slow regulators|
(From The Washington Post) European regulators last week imposed a $1.1 billion fine on a technology giant that “abused its dominant position.” The company was Microsoft, circa 1998.
U.S. officials weren't much faster. Last year, it officially closed its 14-year-old antitrust case against the software firm.
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