Microsoft’s ‘abusive’ bundling of Teams and Office products breached antitrust rules, EU

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The European Union on Tuesday accused Microsoft of breaching antitrust rules with the “abusive” bundling of its Teams and Office products.

“The European Commission has informed Microsoft of its preliminary view that Microsoft has breached EU antitrust rules by tying its communication and collaboration product Teams to its popular productivity applications included in its suites for businesses Office 365 and Microsoft 365,” the European Commission — the EU’s executive arm — said in a statement.

Microsoft was not immediately available for comment when contacted by CNBC.

This is a breaking news story and will be updated shortly.

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