A Microsoft executive is seeking a seat on the board of directors of the Software Publishers' Association, one of the fiercest critics of the software giant's business practices. Chief operating officer Bob Herbold has a good chance of succeeding at the election, said the SPA. The body has recently campaigned against what it sees as anti-competitive practices by Microsoft, and last week joined with senator Bob Dole and a group of software houses including Netscape to form a group to lobby for broader antitrust action. However, Microsoft, which is an SPA member, claims it is one of the largest fee payers to the group and supports it on other issues.
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