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6/22/2010 06:09 PM EDT
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mark.lapedus
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re: Intel, FTC in settlement talks
mark.lapedus   6/22/2010 6:29:16 PM
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SallyF, please explain what this has to do with Obama. My guess Intel would rather settle than waste time and money in court. That's been their pattern. Other ideas?

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re: Intel, FTC in settlement talks
SallyF   6/22/2010 1:16:01 PM
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"The terms of the proposed consent order are confidential". This shows the Obama administration for what they are. Corrupt back room dealers. All Obama's promises of "open government" were lies. Why should the FTC settle out of court with Intel when Intel has stifled competition in the market for a decade? Why should the agreement be secret? The only reason is money going into the Democrat party!

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