ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 20, 1998
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) Warning from Japan to Microsoft that it has been violating anti-monopoly laws reported; details given of the bad week for CEO Bill Gates.
(New York: Terry Moran) The issue of the Justice Department's use of Gates' taped testimony in the antitrust lawsuit against Microsoft examined; Judge Thomas Penfield Jackson quoted; courtroom sketches shown. [Antitrust attorney Marc SCHILDKRAUT - says credibility matters.] [On Good Morning America, GATES - responds.] (Artist: Bill Hennessy)
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