Apple Finds It Can Do That

Winning a case against the Beatles' Apple Corps, Jobs & Co. can keep using its own name in music sales. Next up: digital downloads of the Fab Four?

The legal dispute between Apple Computer and the Beatles appears to have come to the end of its long and winding road. For the computer company, what started as a sad song was made better as a London High Court judge ruled on May 8 that Apple Computer (AAPL) can continue on its present course of selling music through its iTunes Music Store under its own name.

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