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EU Fines Colluding Optical Disc Drive Companies €116 Million

The European Commission announced that it has fined eight optical disc drive companies a total of €116 million for breaching antitrust rules.

EU Drops NEC Optical Disc Drive Investigation

NEC Corporation announced that the European Commission is abandoning its antitrust investigation of the company with regard to its involvement in the optical disc drive business.

EU Investigates Optical Disc Drive Price Fixing

The European Commission announced that it is investigating thirteen companies for allegedly conspiring to rig bids for the sale of CD and DVD optical disc drives.

EU Probes Apple Over Possible eBook Pricing Fixing

The European Commission announced that it is investigating whether or not Apple and five international publishers have breached EU antitrust rules by conspiring to fix the price of eBooks.

LCD Producers Fined $862M for Price Fixing

The European Commission announced that it has fined six Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) panel producers a total of €648.9 million (US $862 million) for operating a price fixing cartel that harmed European buyers of television sets, computers and other products.