Tuesday, April 4, 2000

From the Seattle Times article on the Microsoft case ruling:

“You can’t change the spots on this leopard,” said Jim Barksdale, chief executive officer of Netscape Communications, who took his company to No. 1 on the Internet, only to watch it collapse as Microsoft merged Web browsing with Windows. Barksdale, who said any remedy short of a breakup would fail to curb Microsoft’s power, said he sees “some changes in practices because of this lawsuit, but I don’t think they’ve had a change of heart.”

My question: How could a lawsuit make anyone have a change of heart?

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