Stories by Elizabeth Heichler

DOJ: Microsoft Wants to Change Ground Rules It Helped to Lay

The U.S. Department of Justice yesterday told the court hearing its antitrust case against Microsoft Corp. that a motion filed July 31 by the software giant unfairly seeks to change the pretrial ground rules to which it had already agreed.

Lawsuit hits Intuit on lack of Quicken Y2K compliance

A New York law firm is charging that Intuit violated consumer protection laws by failing to inform customers that some versions of its Quicken personal finance software are not fully prepared for the year 2000 changeover and by then failing to offer adequate remedies for the problem.