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Background stories on Microsoft from Business Week
June 14, '99 Microsoft on Trial: And Now for the Endgame
June 7, '99 Who Do You Want to Buy Today?
May 24, '99 Microsoft Takes It Down to the Wire
  Commentary: One Year Later, It's the Same Old Microsoft
  Microsoft's Euro-Assault (int'l edition)
May 17, '99 Remaking Microsoft (Cover Story)
  "I'm Trying to Let Other People Dive in before I Do"
  The Five Facets of Bill Gates's Tech Vision
  Q&A with the Visionary-In-Chief
  Why MS Shareholders Should Cheer the AT&T Deal
May 3, '99 Microsoft's Mission: Simplify, Simplify
Apr. 12, '99 Commentary: What a Microsoft Deal Should Look Like
Mar. 29, '99 Bill Gates: Version 2.0
Mar. 22, '99 Making Antitrust Fit High Tech
Mar. 22, '99 E-Commerce May Be One Race Microsoft Can't Win
Mar. 15, '99 Justice's Secret Weapon against Microsoft: Software
Mar. 1, '99 Now, It's Intel in the Dock
Feb. 22, '99 Special Report: Microsoft: How Vulnerable?
Feb. 15, '99 Commentary: Microsoft Outsmarts Itself
Feb. 15, '99 Bypassing Windows
Feb. 1, '99 Linux Might Not Break Windows, But...
Jan. 25, '99 Microsoft on Trial: The View at Halftime
Jan. 18, '99 Microsoft's Defense: A Tough Sell, But Not Impossible
Dec. 28, '98 Microsoft Makes a Witness Disappear
Dec. 21, '98 Commentary: Justice vs. Microsoft: Big Wheels Keep on Spinning
Dec. 21, '98 Has Judge Jackson Made Up His Mind?
Dec. 14, '98 Why Trustbusters Are Busy Even When Prices Fall
Dec. 7, '98 Power Play: AOL-Netscape-Sun
Dec. 7, '98 Microsoft: Justice Still Has a Case
Nov. 30, '98 Meet Microsoft's Enforcer
Nov. 30, '98 There's Something about Bill
Nov. 30, '98 Teflon Bill
Nov. 30, '98 A Pattern of Predatory Behavior
Nov. 30, '98 The Real Threat to Microsoft
Nov. 23, '98 Does Predatory Pricing Make Microsoft a Predator?
Nov. 23, '98 The Wintel of Their Discontent
Nov. 16, '98 Commentary: Nailing Microsoft Means Proving Harm Was Done
Nov. 12, '98 Don't Expect Linux to Hurt Microsoft Much
Nov. 9, '98 Commentary: Bit by Bit, the Feds Are Making a Case...
Nov. 9, '98 Commentary: ...Hah! You Call a Few Miffed Rivals a Case?
Nov. 9, '98 Will Windows 2000 Be Prophetic?
Nov. 2, '98 Editorial: Coming to Grips with Microsoft
Nov. 2, '98 High-Tech Hardball: Does Everyone Do It?
Nov. 2, '98 A Book at the Center of the Microsoft Case
Oct. 26, '98 Microsoft: No Letup and No Apologies
Oct. 26, '98 A Great Big Trial in a Great Big Hurry
Oct. 26, '98 Sun Takes the Stand
Oct. 19, '98 Windows: What's the Real Cost?
  The Microsoft Trial: The Best Legal Show in Town
Oct. 7, '98 Microsoft Cranks Up Its Legal War against Leaks
Sept. 21, '98 The Case of the Missing PC Makers
Sept. 14, '98 Microsoft's Ballmer: Bill's Co-Pilot
Sept. 3, '98 Are Microsoft Execs Playing Deaf, Dumb, and Blind?
Aug. 17, '98 Microsoft Takes the Stand
  Win98: A Guide to the Guides
June 29, '98 Microsoft vs. the Feds: Oddsmakers Bet on Bill
June 24, '98 Microsoft Gets the First Laugh
June 15, '98 Why Microsoft Went to the Mat for Win98
  Just How Much Does Windows 98 Cost?
June 1, '98 Microsoft: The Battle for the Cyberfuture
  Chairman Bill Barks Back (Extended)
May 26, '98 Regulate Microsoft: Go to Congress, Not the Courts
May 25, '98 Commentary: Justice vs. Microsoft: Who's Got the Edge?
May 20, '98 A Quick Injunction: "Decisive Battle" in the Microsoft War?
  The Aftermath: Buy Microsoft
May 19, '98 The Details of Justice's Suit against Microsoft
May 18, '98 The Cops Converge on Microsoft
  You're the Next Target, Intel
  Commentary: Bill Gates: Emperor of High Tech, Sultan of Spin
  Win98: Tiptoeing into a Store Near Near You
May 14, '98 The Secret Talks That Led to a Truce
May 11, '98 Bill Gates's New Focus: Streaming Video
  RealNetworks: A Trailblazer Scrambles to Stay Out Front
May 4, '98 BW/Harris Poll: Let Microsoft Be Microsoft
April 23, '98 BW Readers Say: Hands Off Microsoft!
Apr. 20, '98 What to Do about Microsoft (Cover Story)
  Scenario 1: Uncle Sam Leaves Bill Gates Alone
  Scenario 2: Justice Slows the Giant with "Surgical Strikes"
  Scenario 3: The Feds Split Microsoft in Two
  Epilogue: Weighing the Risks and Rewards
  The View from Wall Street
Apr. 6, '98 Microsoft: Let's Not Get Carried Away
Mar. 30, '98 Why Microsoft Must Do Better
Mar. 16, '98 Scott and Bill Went Up the Hill
  Hatch 2, Gates 1
  Gore: High on High Tech (extended)
  Doerr: The "New Economy" and Its Biggest Fan (extended)
Feb. 23, '98 Have Patent, Will Sue Microsoft
  Ready to Drop the Big One on Bill GatesS?
  Bill Gates Is a Target in Europe, Too (int'l edition)
Feb. 9, '98 Bill Gates: "I'm Humble. I'm Respectful"
Jan. 26, '98 What's in a Name? Ask 3Com
  Commentary: Microsoft: There's More Than One Way to Play Monopoly
  Is Microsoft's Lawyer Too Tough for the Job?
Jan. 19, '98 Microsoft's Future (Cover Story)
  Gates on Bullies, Browsers--and the Future
  Audio: Gates Speaks
  Why Startups Can't Avoid "the Dreaded 'M' Question"
  The Secrets to Microsoft's Might
  Commentary: Has Netscape Hit the "Innovation Ceiling?"
  Bill Gates, Robber Baron
  Microsoft and Hotmail: "It's about Capturing Eyeballs"
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