Apple Did Not Pay UK Corporation Tax in 2012 Apple has reportedly not paid corporate taxes in the UK during last fiscal year ended on September 2012. Apple earned an operating profit of £68 million and paid nothing in terms of corporation tax to the government of UK.
Jul 1 2013, 3:04pm CDT
The Beatles are now on Sale on iTunes The Beatles songs have just appeared on the Apple iTunes store a couple of minutes before Apple is said to announce it. You can now after years of controversy, buy Beatles songs and albums on iTunes.The Beatles Box Set...
Nov 16 2010, 8:59am CST
Beatles Remastered not coming to iTunes Yesterday was certainly The Beatles day with the launch of The Beatles: Rock Band and the new digitally remastered Beatles works. If you were hoping to grab the new Beatles tracks in iTunes, it seems you are out of luck...
Sep 10 2009, 6:25am CDT
Ridiculous Paranoia: Good for Apple? There's a New York Times article out today on the legendary aura of secrecy that surrounds the Apple corporation. In an era when many tech manufacturers are working to become more open, Apple is just as closed as ever....
Jun 23 2009, 11:05am CDT
Apple Halts Expansion. Is it Desperation or Genius? It's recently come in through the grapevine that Apple has cut back on new store openings this year. They've also stopped hiring new retail workers and cut back on hours, all part of a new cost-saving initiative in line...
Apr 30 2009, 10:05am CDT
The Beatles inspire Official music Game Apple Corps Ltd., MTV and Harmonix have announced an exclusive agreement to bring the music of legendary band The Beatles to a video game. Apple Corp. isn’t Apple Computer just for the record; it’s the company that...
Oct 31 2008, 8:00am CDT
New Apple iPod related Announcements on September 5th Apple sent out invitations to the press for a September 5th presentation.
The invite reads "The beat goes on" and shows the album CoverFlow interface showing some Beatles albums.
AppleInsider reports that the line "...
Aug 29 2007, 2:00am CDT
Paul McCartney says Beatles on iTunes is 'Virtually Settled' Paul McCartney says in an interview with Billboard magazine that the deal to publish Beatles songs on iTunes is "Virtually Settled".
Additionally Paul McCartney's new album, "Memory Almost Full," will be his first...
May 11 2007, 1:00pm CDT
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