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Jim Cullinan Quotes

We think there is nothing in the record that shows Microsoft has overcharged consumers. It's the exact opposite of what Microsoft's business model has been. Every market Microsoft has gone into has resulted in lower prices.
Jim Cullinan
#Consumers

We believe Sun's legal strategy is shortsighted because we believe it limits choice among software developers to get the best Java implementation.
Jim Cullinan
#Choice

Microsoft doesn't sell products directly to consumers. Consumers go through equipment makers and re-sellers, so it all depends on how they got it.
Jim Cullinan
#Consumers

It's unfortunate but not surprising that the government has filed a document filled with rhetoric in its attempt to defend a very extreme remedy proposal. Beyond the rhetoric, we do not believe there is any basis for these kinds of excessive actions which would significantly harm consumers, the high-tech industry, and the economy.
Jim Cullinan
#Government

The government has only made cosmetic changes to its vague and ambiguous proposal. Their plan remains unprecedented, excessive, and harmful. The exercise of the past few days does not substitute in any way for a legitimate process, in which Microsoft could have challenged the government's assumptions and assertions related to its unprecedented breakup plan and draconian regulations.
Jim Cullinan
#Government

The [Judge's] denial was Sun's position in the language [of the agreement] that the court basically supported our position. We're pleased with the court's ruling and we think it's encouraging that this ruling will be very helpful when we move towards the counter-claims, which will show that Sun, not Microsoft, violated this contract and Sun failed to deliver the technology it was required to do under the contract.
Jim Cullinan
#Agreement

I think Sun's primary business strategy these days is to try and file as many court cases against Microsoft as possible. I think our only point is that Sun should try and focus on making their technology work and less on trying to bring new lawsuits against Microsoft.
Jim Cullinan
#Business

We are complying and cooperating with the government to provide them with any information they need and request. This is a very narrow legal request and we believe there are no legal issues here that should be of any concern, but we are working to address any concerns the government may have.
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#Government

While there obviously will be future Windows products, we cannot confirm specifics at this time. There are future products in development.
Jim Cullinan
#Future

The government asked for the conference call in order to get more time. The government wants more time because they realize how vague, ambiguous, and poorly written their proposal is after reading our filing yesterday.
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#Government

It's unfortunate that the government is playing these kinds of procedural games which are only designed to inject complexity and delay into the process of resolving this case.
Jim Cullinan
#Complexity

It clearly reveals one important thing that the government is trying to do, which is avoid the Court of Appeals in every possible way.
Jim Cullinan
#Government

We will always be interested in a fair and reasonable settlement, but the government is just posturing with this. The government is saying that as long as we agree to whatever extreme proposals the court signed, they would be willing to settle the case.
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#Government

The government is making good points from a public-relations perspective but a number of points haven't been touched.
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#Government