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Judge rules against making Steve Jobs' taped deposition public

Judge rules against making Steve Jobs' taped deposition public

Apple may have scored a major victory in its recent iTunes antitrust case this week, but the wins keep on coming. District Court Judge Yvonne Gonzales Rogers said on Wednesday that Steve Jobs' deposition, videotaped shortly before his death in 2011, will not be made public. Judge Rogers...
Details emerge in Canada's antitrust investigation into Apple

Details emerge in Canada's antitrust investigation into Apple

Last Thursday, we reported that Canada's Competition Bureau had begun investigating Apple's contracts with carriers. At the time, there weren't any concrete details about the investigation. However, a court filing has now revealed that the Competition Bureau is investigating whether Canadian...
Apple and IBM release first wave of MobileFirst apps for enterprise

Apple and IBM release first wave of MobileFirst apps for enterprise

Apple and IBM have launched their first wave of MobileFirst for iOS apps. Focusing on Big Data, these apps are now available to enterprise customers in banking, retail, insurance, financial services, telecommunications, governments, and airline/transportation verticals. The list of MobileFirst...

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Apple unhappy with BBC labor report, says no other company does more for workers

Apple comes out swinging against BBC labor report, says no other company does more for workers

Apple is not happy about the recent report from the BBC alleging worker mistreatment at factories assembling Apple's devices. The report alleged, for instance, that workers fell asleep during their long shifts on iPhone 6 production lines, or were made to work several days in a row without a day...
Apple raises $20 million for AIDS research with Product Red initiative

Apple raises $20 million for AIDS research with Product Red initiative

It looks like Apple's Product Red initiative turned out to be a major success. In total, the tech juggernaut reportedly raised more than $20 million for AIDS research through donations from portions of Black Friday and Cyber Monday proceeds, as well as partnerships with (RED)-branded apps. The...
Judge rules against making Steve Jobs' taped deposition public

Judge rules against making Steve Jobs' taped deposition public

Apple may have scored a major victory in its recent iTunes antitrust case this week, but the wins keep on coming. District Court Judge Yvonne Gonzales Rogers said on Wednesday that Steve Jobs' deposition, videotaped shortly before his death in 2011, will not be made public. Judge Rogers...
Federal Court of Canada orders Apple to turn over documents in antitrust probe

Federal Court of Canada orders Apple to turn over documents in antitrust probe

Canada's Federal Court has ordered Apple to give documents to the Canadian Competition Bureau, which is looking into the possibility that Apple unfairly used its market position to increase iPhone sales. The Bureau thinks that agreements between carriers and Apple may have harmed competition by...
Jury finds for Apple in iPod class-action suit

Jury finds for Apple in iPod class-action suit

Apple has won the lawsuit brought against it by disgruntled iPod owners. The group alleged that the company behaved in an anti-competitive manner by keeping competing devices from using their music ecosystem. The jury found that Apple did not act improperly. According to Reuters: Apple Inc...
Apple brings holiday cheer to employees with custom Incase backbacks

Apple brings holiday cheer to employees with custom Incase backpacks

Apple is no stranger to rewarding its employees. Along with special perks around the office, employees usually end up with a unique Apple-themed gift toward the end of the year as a reward for their hard work. This year, it appears Apple employees will get their hands on a custom Incase backpack...
Details emerge in Canada's antitrust investigation into Apple

Details emerge in Canada's antitrust investigation into Apple

Last Thursday, we reported that Canada's Competition Bureau had begun investigating Apple's contracts with carriers. At the time, there weren't any concrete details about the investigation. However, a court filing has now revealed that the Competition Bureau is investigating whether Canadian...
Canada's Competition Bureau investigating Apple over allegations of anti-competitive contracts

Canada investigates Apple over anti-competitive contract allegations

Apple's Canadian branch is currently being investigated by Canada's Competition Bureau concerning allegations that it included anti-competitive clauses in its contracts with carriers in the country. According to a report by Reuters, Canada's Competition Bureau has sought a court order to force...
Apple and IBM release first wave of MobileFirst apps for enterprise

Apple and IBM release first wave of MobileFirst apps for enterprise

Apple and IBM have launched their first wave of MobileFirst for iOS apps. Focusing on Big Data, these apps are now available to enterprise customers in banking, retail, insurance, financial services, telecommunications, governments, and airline/transportation verticals. The list of MobileFirst...
Apple blocking requests to make full federal diversity report public

Apple blocking requests to make its full federal diversity report public

Apple has refused to make all of the data from their federal diversity filing public. While Apple did publish some diversity data earlier this year, they have blocked requests to have the data released to the public. The EEO-1 report that is being requested is a federally mandated detailed...

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