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|Wednesday, December 16, 2009|
The Federal Trade Commission sued chip-maker Intel for using its significant market presence to unfairly block out competitors.
The FTC said Intel used a systematic campaign to cut off market access to its chip-selling rivals.
Read the full story at The New York Times.
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