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post #21 of 121
Single out Intel from the Market and freeze its assets until they pay the fine in full.
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Single out Intel from the Market and freeze its assets until they pay the fine in full.

I am pretty sure that If the story is true, intel is utilizing legal means to postpone the payment. Still,ridiculous if true, on many levels.
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post #23 of 121
AMD is partly in the financial position they're in because Intel paid off system makers to use (at the time, inferior) Intel parts, so I hope Intel pays up.
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It's really too bad companies fight so hard, even when they were clearly in the wrong. Just admit your mistake, and pay them.
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It's really too bad companies fight so hard, even when they were clearly in the wrong. Just admit your mistake, and pay them.

You think the people who run multi-billion dollar corporations have much in the way of morals when money is involved?
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post #26 of 121
It seems like AMD might never get to see that money by the looks of it.
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post #27 of 121
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You think the people who run multi-billion dollar corporations have much in the way of morals when money is involved?

Probably has nothing to do with morals to begin with, its just standard run of the mill to keep your lawyers that are on retainer anyway as busy as they want to be, Intel probably asks their lawyers what to do, and they say draw it out and see what happens cause low risk high reward possible, even if unlikely.
    
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Probably has nothing to do with morals to begin with, its just standard run of the mill to keep your lawyers that are on retainer anyway as busy as they want to be, Intel probably asks their lawyers what to do, and they say draw it out and see what happens cause low risk high reward possible, even if unlikely.

Which has to do with morals, in my opinion. It's the mindset that laws and court rulings are "unfair" or "incorrect" when it means their company has to pay millions.

When the laws and court rulings favor their company, "justice is served."
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Can AMD sue Intel for not paying the fine? Or would that create a fineception and break the legal system?
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Which has to do with morals, in my opinion. It's the mindset that laws and court rulings are "unfair" or "incorrect" when it means their company has to pay millions.

When the laws and court rulings favor their company, "justice is served."

I doubt anyone at intel thinks it's "unfair". The problem really is that it's not millions, it's a billion.

If Intel has to pay $1m a year to lawyers to keep avoiding the fine, it will be at least 1000 years before that was a bad financial decision.
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