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Oakland gets its $200K from 2004 Microsoft settlement

 |  April 11, 2012

The city of Oakland got a cut of the Microsoft settlement arising out of the 2004 class action lawsuit. The city has received its $201,691 payment; the sum was calculated based on the number of Microsoft products it had bought for the covered period. Other cities that had joined the class action were San Francisco and Los Angeles.

Full content: San Francisco Business Times


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