Posts Tagged ‘intel’

Intel Gets A Big European Fine

In a fairly long post yesterday, I wrote about antitrust policy and touched on the Intel situation with the European Commission. They announced their findings with regard to Intel’s alleged anti-competitive behavior today, so here’s a quick follow-up. The commission fined Intel $1.45 billion and summed up its findings thusly: In blunt words, the EU’s […]

A Couple High Tech Votes In Favor Of The Future

Amid all the hand wringing over Tim Geithner’s flop a lot of people have overlooked a couple pretty positive developments. They aren’t big macroeconomic events, just two good examples of why this country shouldn’t be counted out yet and what it is that will really lead us out of the current morass. Intel announced that […]