In one case, European Commission regulators are investigating allegations that Big Blue is unfairly tying its operating system to its mainframe computers, effectively cutting out competition from developers of emulation software.
The chip giant and the Federal Trade Commission are putting their antitrust battle on hold to review a potential settlement agreement. But even if this treaty ends Intel's FCC conflict, it still faces fire from the European Commission.
Microsoft criticized Google for failing to adequately respond to a recent European Commission investigation into its market share and practices. In a blog post, Microsoft's deputy general counsel wrote that Google is trying to place the blame on Microsoft, rather than take responsibility for its own actions.
After a year-long search, General Motors finally found a buyer in the Dutch sports-car maker. The $400 million offer comprises $74 million in cash and $326 million in preferred shares. Saab workers and customers finally have a good reason to be hopeful.