State gets some Microsoft money

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Published: July 27,2009

Tags: computers, settlement, state government

JACKSON — Attorney General Jim Hood has received the state’s $40-million portion of a $100-million settlement with Microsoft. A $100-million settlement between the State of Mississippi and Microsoft was reached June 10, 2009, in order to settle anti-trust claims. The agreement called for Microsoft to pay the state $40 million within 40 days. Up to […]

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