Gates Keeps Cool in First Day of Testimony

from the who-do-you-want-to-snow-today? dept.

Projecting a meek, mild-mannered image, Microsoft Chairman Bill Gates testified in the company’s antitrust trial yesterday, impressing observers with his failure to even once accuse the judge, the prosecution, or his company’s competitors of being idiots. In a move that turned out badly in terms of the hearing’s entertainment value, Brendan Sullivan did not conduct the nine holdout states’ cross-examination, leaving that instead to antitrust expert Steve Kuney. Bummer. Gates will continue testifying today.

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