L. Gordon Crovitz, writing for the WSJ:
‘I don’t think you understand. We can’t treat newspapers or
magazines any differently than we treat FarmVille.”
With those words, senior Apple executive Eddy Cue stuck to his
ake-it-or-leave-it business model of a 30% revenue share payable
for transactions through the iTunes service. Despite my arguments
o Mr. Cue in Apple’s Cupertino, Calif.
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