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Digital 22-08-2019

Amazon, Microsoft, ‘putting world at risk of killer AI’, Dutch NGO warns

Amazon, Microsoft and Intel are among leading tech companies putting the world at risk through killer robot development, according to a report that surveyed major players from the sector about their stance on lethal autonomous weapons.
Digital 12-06-2014

Intel loses EU court challenge against €1.06 billion fine

US chipmaker Intel yesterday (11 June) lost its challenge against a record €1.06 billion fine handed down by European Union antitrust regulators five years ago, for blocking rival Advanced Micro Devices (AMD).
Trade & Society 11-10-2012

EU, US companies push for ‘realistic’ transatlantic trade deal

SPECIAL REPORT / Companies on both sides of the Atlantic have urged EU and US policymakers to negotiate a ‘realistic’ trade and investment agreement that not only benefits their economies, but serves as a model for the rest of the world.
Trade & Society 07-06-2012

EU eyes ‘Airbus of chips’ amid market setbacks

European Union companies are steadily losing ground to foreign competitors in the strategic semiconductors market, despite calls to create a European champion. EURACTIV reports from the headquarters in Taiwan of TSMC, the world’s top chip manufacturer.
Competition 14-05-2009

EU fines Intel record €1.06 billion

The European Commission yesterday (13 May) imposed its highest ever fine on Intel, the world's leading chipmaker, which stands accused of abusing its dominant position to cripple its only serious rival AMD, ultimately pushing up personal computer prices.
Competition 18-07-2008

EU issues new accusations against Intel

The competition case against the leading global chipmaker Intel worsened yesterday when the European Commission made public additional allegations of abuse of dominant market position by the US giant, which is notably suspected of pursuing unfair practices against its main rival, AMD.
Competition 27-07-2007

Anti-trust crackdown pending, Commission warns Intel

Two years after it conducted dawn raids in Intel offices, the European Commission has told the chip maker that it is suspected of abusing its dominant market position, with the aim of excluding rival AMD from the computer microprocessor market.

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