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Report: Microsoft paid CCIA official


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Posted 24 November 2004 - 12:08 PM

By Laura Rohde IDG News Service, 11/24/04 The anti-trust settlement between Microsoft and the Computer and Communications Industry Association announced earlier this month included a payment of $9.75 million to the CCIA's president, according to a report published Wednesday. Almost half of the $19.75 million total settlement went to Ed Black, the president and CEO of the Washington. D.C., industry organization since 1995, in a deal approved by the CCIA board, according to a report in the Financial Times, citing confidential documents. A spokesman from Microsoft declined to comment on the Financial Times report while the CCIA in Europe referred questions to Black, who could not be reached.
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