In the first major decision so far in the Microsoft Corp. (Nasdaq: MSFT) antitrust case, Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson ruled on Friday that Microsoft has monopoly power. The judge wrote, in part: “First, Microsoft’s share of the market for Intel-compatible PC operating systems is extremely large and stable. Second, Microsoft’s dominant market share is protected by a high barrier to entry. Third, and largely as a result of that barrier, Microsoft’s customers lack a commercially viable alternative to Windows,” Jackson wrote. Details to follow. — Lisa M. Bowman, ZDNet News See also: ZDNet News’ MS-DOJ Special
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