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February 14, 1999


By CBR Staff Writer

As well as failing to remove attorney Richard Parker from the antitrust case due to start in Washington on March 9 (CI No 3,596), Intel Corp has also failed to stop the Federal Trade Commission from adding witnesses from Micron Electronics Inc and Data General Corp. Judge James Timony denied Intel’s motion to strike Micron’s chief technical officer Dean Klein and Data General’s CTO Donald Lewine from the list. The judge also ruled that Harvard economist Frederic Scherer could stay on the FTC’s list. The final exhibit and witness lists for both sides must be submitted by next Friday, February 19th. The hearing itself begins March 9.

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