Apple Weekly Report #133: Apple’s Stock Roller Coaster & Ballmer Bonanza
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Apple's stock followed the overall market down on Monday and back up again on Tuesday. Norway gave Apple a deadline to respond to DRM violation allegations, App Store reviews are finally under control, Apple is getting more of the laptop market, iTunes U will be accessible to the blind, and Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer gave all of us an early Christmas present by saying he is pretty sure Apple's business model won't work.
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