Originally Posted by I am a Zither Zather Zuzz
The purpose of antitrust laws is to preserve a competitive marketplace. The purpose of a competitive marketplace is ultimately to provide the best products to consumers at...
Originally Posted by JDW
Anti-Trust Laws are unnecessary and actually harmful to the market and the end consumer:
(Video is from 1983, with Ron Paul and Prof. Dominick T....
I'm glad this is happening. If the DOJ is right, then Apple and the publishers deserve what they get. If there is no truth to what the DOJ is alleging, then the matter will be resolved quickly. It makes no difference to me what ends...
Originally Posted by Smallwheels
If Apple could first create assembly factories in the USA and then gradually move the parts manufacturing here it would get the ball rolling. If they started the assembly here, local...
Originally Posted by techno
Why does tethering cost anything? If you buy your data, you should be able to use it how you want. Imagine if every company priced things that way.
A loaf of bread costs $2.49. However if you plan...
Originally Posted by Alonso Perez
Two things stand out from your reply to my comment:
1. You don't understand the meaning of the phrase "little short-term impact". I never said anything about Apple going bankrupt,...
Originally Posted by mcarling
Violations of Section 1 of the Sherman Act don't get much clearer than this. Hopefully the Justice Department will block the deal.
Not going to happen. I don't see how this purchase violates...