News bites: Antitrust chief takes a hard line in Apple case

Sharis Pozen, the Justice Department's top antitrust official, told The Wall Street Journal that she won't stand by if companies engage in price-fixing, signaling a tough stance in the agency's probe of Apple's agreements with e-book publishers.

Microsoft employees, accompanied by U.S. marshals, raided servers allegedly used to coordinate "botnet" cyberattacks, The New York Times reports.

A Japanese court ordered Google to suspend the autocomplete feature on its search engine because of privacy concerns, ComputerWorld reports.

Yahoo named three new independent directors to its board, Bloomberg reports.