The European Commission Has Re-imposed a Fine of around €376.36 Million on Intel for Anti-competitive Practices

Peter_Brosdahl

Moderator
Staff member
Joined
May 28, 2019
Messages
8,424
Points
113
Intel is in hot water again as the European Commission has reimposed fines relating to a previous decision made in 2009. The original 2009 fine of €1.06 billion was in regard to Intel using a "conditional rebate" pitch to customers that involved customers agreeing to purchase all, or nearly all, of their x86 CPUs from Intel but could also be applied to computer manufacturers if they held back or halted the sales of computers which used competitors CPUs.

See full article...
 
I can't believe it is 2023, and we are still fighting over stuff that happened over 20 years ago.
 
Become a Patron!
Back
Top