Doc, what do you care? Criminal enterprise or not, you have made money on this stock, right? I'm sure it will remain profitable forever, if you are so sure that the so called bashers are wrong, then by all means invest more money into RMBS, and don't worry about Karma.
I agree, in the action of the collusion in question, MU wasn't "convicted" in so many words. What I can't understand, and I haven't been following this all that close, but it seems the collusion in question actually raised prices making Rambus's RDRAM more price competitive since RDRAM was still the highest price. When MU suggested not colluding anymore in the early 2000s, sure ... prices dropped but not due to collusion, and there were no "cartel" convictions from that time period relating to RMBS.
Sure, there were comments in emails how the drop in prices would hurt RMBS, but that was due to market forces and not collusion. There were no convictions during the period of the price drop for collusion, only the period before. So I don't get it ...
3. The Corporation, upon its discovery of the illegal activity being reported, took prompt and effective action to terminate its part in the activity; 4. The corporation reports the wrongdoing with candor and completeness and provides full, continuing and complete cooperation that advances the Division in its investigation; 5. The confession of wrongdoing is truly a corporate act, as opposed to isolated confessions of individual executives or officials;