Shareholder sues Microsoft to ‘mismanagement’ browser choice





A shareholder has filed suit against Microsoft because of the way it has gone with the browser ballot screen in Windows. This was not shown for all Windows users, which has led. To a fine of more than half a billion euros by an error

The lawsuit was filed by a shareholder Kim Barović in Seattle, USA, as reported Reuters. The indictment accuses Barović some senior Microsoft employees, including former CEO Steve Ballmer and founder Bill Gates, of mismanagement. This involves the browser ballot screen in Windows, which is not shown by mistake. Millions of Windows users That gave Microsoft a fine of 561 million euros, imposed by the European Commission.

According Barović management has not acted in good and Microsoft is the incident sufficiently examined by the Board of Directors. Barović states that still have to find out what is the cause for the absence of the browser choice screen in Windows and should be. Punished those responsible

Microsoft has announced in a reaction that it has found mismanagement of its top executives. No evidence itself The company states that a court therefore has no basis.


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