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Steve Jobs Questioned In iTunes Monopoly Suit

March 23rd, 2011 03:33 admin Leave a comment Go to comments


An anonymous reader writes “Twelve years ago Bill Gates had to deal with lawyers questioning him in regards to the Microsoft antitrust case. Now it might be that other tech mogul’s turn. Steve Jobs has been ordered to answer questions regarding Apple’s iTunes music monopoly. From the article: ‘U.S. Magistrate Judge Howard Lloyd, based in San Jose, California, ruled on Monday that lawyers representing the plaintiffs in the antitrust lawsuit may question Jobs for a total of two hours. Apple may appeal the decision. A company spokeswoman declined to comment, while attorneys for the plaintiffs did not respond to requests for comment.’”

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