1. phonejunky's Avatar
    In the 1990s, Microsoft was the tech industry wunderkind that got too big for its britches and Google CEO Eric Schmidt, then an executive at Sun Microsystems and later Novell, helped knock the software titan down a peg by providing evidence in the governments antitrust case against it

    Read more: Google V.S. Microsoft (Tech war: Google vs. Microsoft - Elizabeth Wasserman - POLITICO.com)
    02-09-11 09:56 AM
  2. blueyestm's Avatar
    he most likely got paid for his information

    Remember: Knowledge is power
    02-09-11 10:47 AM
  3. jlb21's Avatar
    I am sorry, I just don't see the resemblance:



    02-09-11 11:54 AM
  4. phonejunky's Avatar
    hahaha classic picture right there.
    02-09-11 01:06 PM
  5. phonejunky's Avatar
    he most likely got paid for his information

    Remember: Knowledge is power
    Oh of course him receiving compensation for his testimony goes without question. And if not directly or in some offshore account it surely paid off in the long run.
    02-09-11 01:09 PM
  6. SCrid2000's Avatar
    Was he subpeonad or did he volunteer the information?
    02-09-11 05:51 PM
  7. wnm's Avatar
    Any one familiar with MS's practices at that time knows they would do anything to kill the competition including patent infringements.

    I don't see how protecting your own company's interests makes you a snitch.
    02-10-11 07:10 AM
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