Jobs Was ‘Mighty Upset’ Universal Backed ITunes RivalKaren Gullo and Robert Burnson
Steve Jobs’s warning a decade ago that he was “mighty upset” with a music studio’s support for a digital music service that competed with iTunes and his demand for a correction were cited to support a claim that Apple Inc. sought to maintain an illegal monopoly.
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