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News and Articles About Antitrust
Apple Wins Digital Music Antitrust Trial
A U.S. jury decided the company did not act improperly when it restricted music purchases for iPod users to Apple's iTunes digital store.
How Dumb Is This Apple iPod Antitrust Suit?
The trial proceeds without a plaintiff because most class action suits are for the benefit of lawyers, not customers.
Apple Accused of Deliberately Deleting Competitors' Songs on iPods
Court proceedings are underway in California as the tech giant has to defend actions it took on iPods purchased between 2006 and 2009 wiping music off users' iPods accounts downloaded from competing music services.
Mergers and Acquisitions
Zillow to Acquire Chief Competitor Trulia in $3.5 Billion Deal
Following a six-week courtship, two mega real-estate listings websites are joining forces to create a colossal database of digital listings.
Apple Settles Over eBook Lawsuit, Avoids a Jury Trial
The terms, which are undisclosed, are contingent on the outcome of Apple's appeal of an antitrust ruling that it conspired with five major publishers to make eBooks more expensive.
In Push For T-Mobile Takeover, Sprint Owner Calls U.S. Broadband Sluggish, Overpriced
Sprint owner Masayoshi Son -- the richest man in Japan -- is lately making the press rounds in America to hype a potential acquisition of T-Mobile.
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