Apple’s Jobs Must Answer Questions in ITunes Antitrust SuitPamela MacLean and Karen Gullo
Apple Inc. Chief Executive Officer Steve Jobs was ordered to answer questions in an antitrust lawsuit alleging the company operated a music-downloading monopoly.
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