quote: Intel has even more to lose as it is constantly price cutting to stay competitive and has smaller profit margins, which force it to engage in yearly layoffs.
quote: I tend to agree with some experts with the comment "What free market?"
quote: AMD delivered a product that simply is inferior, at no fault of Intel's, just as Intel screwed up with the P4 at no fault of AMD's. Their market share has responded properly. Sour grapes.
quote: lawyers can interpret things however they want if the courts decide to agree with it.
quote: If anything, that is pro-competitive because it is price undercutting that hurts competitors.
quote: If Intel had instead done what government corporations (like the subsidized companies of Europe and Canada) do, and had killed its competition off, then maybe the EU would be happy?!
quote: If you punished Intel for being a better company with a better product prices go up. If you fine Intel or subsidize AMD, prices go up.
quote: There is no such thing as a monopoly in a free market.
quote: monopolistic practices (threatening to not sell to people unless they buy from them solely, etc.).....
quote: THERE ARE MANY ALTERNATIVES, you just to much of a moron to find them, and I hope when you do, that your to stupid to use them.
quote: When was the last time the FTC jailed someone for an anti-trust violation?
quote: you can see it does not discrimaate against US companies as such.
quote: think you are mistaken to think that shareholders would want investment in expanding beyond the profit maximising level of output when they can simply control sales in the market (ensurung profits) as they supposedly did in AMDs complaint.