Microsoft is winning the AI fight, but the competition is hot on its heels.
Alphabet Inc's Google LLC intentionally destroyed employee "chat" evidence in antitrust litigation in California and must pay sanctions and face a possible penalty at trial, a U.S. judge ruled on Tuesday. U.S. District Judge James Donato in San Francisco said in his order that Google "fell strikingly short" in its duties to preserve records. The ruling is part of a multidistrict litigation that includes a consumer class action with as many as 21 million residents; 38 states and the District of Columbia; and companies including Epic Games Inc and Match Group LLC.
Micron Technology has a few tricks up its sleeve to tackle market challenges. Here's how ChatGPT and friends fit into Micron's long-term growth plans.