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Apple – stop defacing dictionaries and reread Orwell

August 7, 2009

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- Mic Wright is Online News Editor at Stuff. The views expressed are his own -

When Amazon got rightly torn to shreds for remotely killing copies of 1984 on the Kindle, I thought it would be the most idiotic tech story of the year. But I was wrong. Apple’s just upped the ante by banning rude words from a dictionary application – stripping us of the virtual equivalent of looking up obscenities in French class.

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Apple-Google learn Corporate Governance 1.0

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LONDON, Aug 3 (Reuters) - The resignation of Google CEO Eric Schmidt from Apple's board should come as no surprise to anyone with an inkling of what corporate governance means.

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Tech results give few clues to economy: Eric Auchard

July 27, 2009

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LONDON, July 24 (Reuters) - Investors have proved all too ready to interpret positive earnings trends from Intel, IBM and Apple as signs of economic recovery and to justify a continued rally in technology stocks.

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How Apple can take bite of business market

June 10, 2009

Eric Auchard-- Eric Auchard is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own --

Apple Inc is taking steps to make its computers run on corporate networks, but these moves fall far short of ensuring Mac users win equal standing in business.

New iPhone small step towards global domination

June 9, 2009

tom_dunmore-Tom Dunmore is editor-in-chief of Stuff magazine. The opinions expressed are his own.-

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Are a CEO’s health problems a private matter?

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dr-jgsm-05-- Dana Radcliffe is a Day Family senior lecturer of business ethics at the Johnson School at Cornell University. The views expressed are his own. --

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What Apple loses without Steve

January 15, 2009

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-- Eric Auchard is a Reuters columnist. The opinions expressed are his own --

"There's probably no God" runs the slogan of an advertising campaign humanists are running on buses across Britain. But if the supreme being has his doubters, few question the importance of Steve Jobs to Apple Inc.

Can anyone stop the dominance of iTunes?

December 4, 2008

**Tom Dunmore is Editor-in-Chief of Stuff magazine. The views expressed are his own.**