The European Commission is investigating whether five major publishers have breached European Union rules by engaging in anticompetitive activity affecting the sale of ebooks, "possibly with the help of Apple".
COMMENT: Since his death, the life, myths and reality of Steve Jobs all too short a time with us have bombarded the airwaves and cyberspace, generating a growth industry that's sprung up around the late co-founder of Apple. It's hard not to think much of the activity is about cashing-in on the death of Jobs, not unlike the latest book offering launched today.
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