DOJ rejects Microsoft plan

Tuesday June 06 by Claudia bourneCNN
The Justice Department Monday advised a federal judge to reject almost all of the changes Microsoft Corp. wants to make to the government's proposal to break up the software maker. In a filing with the U.S. District Court in Washington, the Justice Department acquiesced to only a handful of very technical revisions Microsoft suggested to the court last week. The almost trivial changes the government agreed to include the insertion of a comma to correct a typographical error and calling a split of Microsoft a "divestiture" instead of a "reorganization."

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