Intel fined €376 million by European Commission in long-running antitrust case

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Intel fined €376 million by European Commission in long-running antitrust case
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Intel fined €376 million by European Commission in long-running antitrust case

The fine is smaller than that imposed in 2009 but US chipmaker is "evaluating its options"

The European Commission on Friday announced that it has re-imposed a fine of €376 million on Intel in a long-running case stemming from the US chipmaker's practice to block rivals. It is the latest...

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