A supplier of cases and internal power supplies to Power Computing which made Mac clones is suing the company for $43 million in the US.
TCI Manufacturing, a Taiwanese company, took out the law suit, claiming Power left it with large amounts of stock and forced it to cut its staff from 40 to six.
Power Computing, claims TCI, refused to give it compensation and notified it too late that it was having trouble re-negotiating a licence.
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