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Intel’s epic antitrust clash hits a new milestone; and Autonomy loses Hewlett-Packard fraud case
04 February 2022 00:00
Intel’s 13-year legal battle against a 1.06 billion euro antitrust fine imposed by the European Commission has hit a significant milestone, with an EU court ruling in the chipmaker’s favor. It was a significant defeat for the European regulator, which had argued that Intel’s chip rebates were anticompetitive. But this doesn’t mean that the clash is over: the Commission may yet appeal the decision in a last-ditch attempt to avoid repaying the fine — plus interest. Also on today’s podcast: Hewlett-Packard wins a multi-billion dollar fraud claim against the founder of software provider Autonomy. But the legal battle for Mike Lynch to avoid extradition to the United States is continuing.
26 January 2022 15:10 by Lewis CroftsIntel’s win in the EU courts after a 13 year battle over the legality of chip rebates will give hope to the likes of Google
28 January 2022 11:57 by Martin CoyleHP has won its multibillion-dollar claim against Autonomy’s founder, Mike Lynch, and former CFO, Sushovan Hussain