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Microsoft (MSFT) was down 1.4% in early trading after a report indicated that the company was the target of another antitrust examination, this one involving its investment in office software maker Corelundefined. The Wall Street Journal reported that regulators are also examining Microsoft's plan to buy Great Plains, a business software company. Microsoft said it is cooperating with authorities and sees no issues of concern. Corel was up 3.8%.

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