Microsoft chief: EU should be happy with Vista
Microsoft chief executive Steve Ballmer said Monday that he believed changes made to the software company's Vista operating system would satisfy the concerns of the European Union.
Asked when Microsoft would deliver required data to software security firms, Ballmer, speaking on the sidelines of a meeting with a bank in Rome, said: "Today, Seattle time." Microsoft CEO sees Vista changes satisfying EU - Oct. 16, 2006
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