Thursday, May 18, 2006 - Microsoft Judge Approves Extension of Antitrust Deal

"'We've made the decision this is the highest priority project in the company,' said Bob Muglia, a Microsoft senior vice president. The company, he told the court, has 300 employees working on satisfying U.S. and European Commission demands, and has retooled how it prepares the required software code by treating it as an engineering project rather than a documentation plan."

At some point you have to wonder just how many "highest priority" projects a company can have.

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