The Wall Street Journal reports on Microsoft's new web markets and the benefits they will bring to consumers. But in additional articles, reporters discuss the recent court rulings involving Microsoft and their impact on the company. Furthermore, one article states that besides the federal government, Microsoft "could be pursued on three separate fronts: by state attorneys general, by corporate rivals that claim injury from Microsoft's anticompetitive practices, and class-action lawsuits on behalf of consumers." These articles also include a timeline from October 21,1997 to June 28, 2001 on the Microsoft antitrust case.
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