Microsoft's Bill Gates returns to the witness stand on Nov. 22 to defend his company against a $1 billion antitrust lawsuit that claims the software giant tricked a competitor into huge losses and soared onto the market with Windows 95, reports the Associated Press. Utah-based Novell Inc. sued Microsoft in 2004. The company says Gates duped it into thinking he would include its WordPerfect writing program in the new Windows system, then backed out because he feared it was too good. Novell said it was later forced to sell WordPerfect for a $1.2 billion loss. Gates testified Nov. 21 that...

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