Watchdog starts snuffling
Not contented being caught red-handed trying to raise the cost of ebooks, the fruity cargo cult Apple is attempting to sting its rivals in the music business.
Still refuses to confess because it insists it is not evil.
Fruity cargo cult Apple has lost its appeal against conviction for conspiring with publishers to raise the price of e-books but is still refusing to admit it could have done anything wrong.
Because it is too caring and sharing
Apple's wheeling and dealing with the record labels is under US antitrust scrutiny as it might turn out to be a little bit illegal.
We are too perfect
Fruity cargo cult Apple has an interesting way of dealing with court appointed watch-dogs – it simply ignores them.
Time to face the music
EU regulators think it is time that Apple faced the music over the way it has handled its streaming service in the old country.
Long expected anti-trust case
The EU is pressing ahead with its plan to sue Google for anti-trust antics
Name your “remedy”
Worried about meetings
Last anti-trust case resolved
Doing evil with five big publishers