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Old 11-23-2008, 08:50 AM   #1
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LXer: Vista Capable Lawsuit is Too Capable

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It's time that Microsoft settled the Windows Vista Capable lawsuit, before the PR—and quite possibly legal—damages escalate. The judge's decision to compel testimony from Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer must be the end. No matter the outcome, Microsoft cannot win this lawsuit. The case may be winnable in the court of law, but not in the court of public opinion. More importantly, the company risks exposing its chief executive to unnecessary scrutiny and liability.



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