Apple really doesn't like their antitrust monitor; attempts to put his work on hold
Apple is once again asking a federal appeals court to grant a stay on the work of court-appointed antitrust monitor, Michael Bromwich. While a temporary reprieve was granted two weeks ago, Apple hopes that the court will put Bromwich's work on hold until its decided whether or not he should have been placed at Apple to begin with. While the government argues that the monitor is needed to prevent Apple from violating antitrust regulations again, Apple's attorneys argue that Bromwich's presence is unnecessary, and harmful to Apple's business, according to Reuters:
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