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Intel has been fined $25m (26bn Won) by the South Korean Fair Trade commission for breaching fair trade rules. The chipmaker was found guilty of offering unfair subsidies to Samsung and Trigem Computer Inc if they promised to only buy Intel chips and froze out rival AMD. But Intel dismissed the charges. Bruce Sewell, Intel …

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Is it worth an appeal?

Is it worth an appeal?

I hear that one of Intel's secretaries has already paid the fine out of petty cash.

$25m is not going to even be noticed in Intel's accounts for the year!

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Spare change

Intel reportedly found the $25m down the back of their sofa.

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MSFT

I believe MSFT is doing the same in PC market. Except that instead of paying OEMs to install Windows only they threaten them to rise the prices if they don't comply.

Where's EU? Don't even mention US DoJ as they're just bunch of useless muppets.

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25m?

WTF, that is a complete joke of a fine.

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Sure they disagreed

EVERYONE in jail is innocent.

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Typical IC Fabricator Behaviour

Never should have moved away from the pentode valve.

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